Category Archives: About meditation

Meditation: already present Awareness

To have Awareness in its seat is a choice. Awareness IS. You are this essence that gives birth to all manner of consciousness, knowing, questioning, loving, rejecting, creating, destroying, to gestation, transformation, letting go, letting be, simply BE, and to … Continue reading

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Online meditation resumes Tues., Aug. 31

Hopefully this two-week interlude has provided insights into the five senses, the sixth sense of the mind, and consciousness in its distinctness. If so, it would be due to attention placed on the subjective and seemingly objective experiences provided by … Continue reading

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Webcast: How this becomes that in meditation

Thank you to those who were present and the comments you shared. We are back online live Tuesday, August 31 at 7 am MT/ 9 am ET at the usual link. This interim between cycles is to give practitioners time … Continue reading

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Two weeks off from online practice, Thurs. evening presentation

Between cycles of meditation and their particular emphasis, we often take a week-long interlude. I’d like to extend that to two weeks so as to provide time for us as practitioners to experiment with Presence and our senses, mind, and … Continue reading

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Meditation: all together

Today’s meditation completes the cycle of the last couple of months focused on the five senses, the mind, and consciousness. Any of these seven could provide years of exploration, discovery, and liberation and have over the centuries since Buddha highlighted … Continue reading

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