Category Archives: About meditation

Meditation: Awareness-Being – and apology

The meditation on Saturday (this one) was as simple as they come. But, that’s the point, isn’t it. Whether from Patanjali or Buddha Shakyamuni or all the lineages that derive from them, the instructions in all levels of meditation are … Continue reading

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Meditation: innate, simple, universal

The quieter one gets mentally and emotionally, the simpler one becomes. This simpleness is, however, more wise and empathetic than the louder types of mental or emotional expression. The more settled one gets, the more pervasive one’s energies become. These … Continue reading

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Meditation: inseparable qualities

Slowly, slowly, we are exploring the universe within: the universality of Awareness. As with any other exploration, one has to take note of what one is experiencing. These recognitions ARE the very qualities of Awareness itself, just as the experience … Continue reading

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Meditation: the obvious and the subtle

One of the by-products of a meditation practice is that both the inner and the outer, the subtle and the obvious, become more apparent, and of course that would be so. If one is focusing on breathing, then the obvious … Continue reading

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Meditation: buddhi 10, simple and true

Here are five steps to establishing a state of concentration that is resonant with buddhi or supports the shift into an absorption that is resonant with buddhi. Whether or not it is actually buddhic would be anyone’s educated guess based … Continue reading

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