Category Archives: About meditation

Meditation: essence and erosion

I hope that you will listen to this podcast because to type what was spontaneously said would be redundant for those who do listen. Laughter and an explanation of why each person’s experience of Presence (essence, Awareness, or various other … Continue reading

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Meditation: essence

The essence of a sentient being is unchanging; unchanging like the space in front of your face or in your room or your yard or in cosmos. The air in that space can be altered but not the space itself. … Continue reading

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Meditation: inner confidence

The confidence born of contemplation and meditation has no ego to it. Pride or arrogance have no ground with inner confidence. Why so? Because ego-based so-called confidence is predicated upon outer measures: mundane, changeable, and ultimately valueless metrics. Surety, integrity, … Continue reading

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Meditation: each moment …

Each moment is teacher and contains a teaching. The teacher might manifest as bird song or a neighbor’s need, unusual weather, another tragedy created by a human being somewhere in the world, or a warm shower and how good it … Continue reading

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Meditation: Exploring momentary reality

The senses are gateways to Awareness. The senses directly interact with the outer world, inner dimensions, and hidden or secret aspects of Being. The senses do not label, choose or reject impressions and experience bases. The senses are neutral, as … Continue reading

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