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Meditation: when we are not looking

The instructions quoted below have been engaged thus far from a pure perception point of view, a wisdom point of view. Today’s preamble acknowledges that the same words point out one’s mindlessness. To look but not see is a common … Continue reading

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Meditation: looking but not seeing 4

Duality is the experience of subject and object. Nonduality is both a truth and an experience. The term nondual indicates that subject-object are inseparable, thus there is not subject reviewing an object or an object divorced from the experiencer/subject. Any … Continue reading

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Meditation: looking but not seeing 3

If you listen to the podcast, some of this is said there. The instruction given by dakini, Blazing One with a Garland of Lightning, is many layered. The teachings embedded within her words are vast. It is always up to … Continue reading

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Meditation: smooth

One wonders if meditation practice began with humanity? No, probably not. For instance, the ancient Indian texts say that the gods meditate and have done so forever. Tribal and indigenous stories include the meditation of the gods and spirits, too … Continue reading

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Meditation: letting go, letting in

Vipashyana/vipassana is vital to a human being. Without it, all one has is stories and advertisements, preferences and fears, and one’s life lived like a video game. Through “looking correctly,” one begins to perceive through stories and projections, disregard the … Continue reading

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