Category Archives: Life’s Insights

Meditation: luminous emptiness

This week completes with a reflection on reflecting itself. The act of contemplation (and all its various forms) is one that brings forward luminous emptiness, derives from these two inseparable qualities, while contemplation is also an example or expression of … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna and mimicry

A primary principle of Nature and the natural world is abundance. Millions of leaves on a tree, hundreds of pine cones, tens time ten seeds to one plant. There is no lack in Nature. Even in a desert environment, though … Continue reading

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Meditation: looking at things boldly

We contemplate on sanity and insanity, authenticity and the chameleon-like self and we meditate.

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Meditation: prajna, intimate, you

In this session, some of this was said spontaneously. Let me repeat it here for those who do not use the podcast. We have learned to notice the usually not noticed incrementally. Now some of our emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna union

It is because the bee in non-distracted that each flower provides an incredible non-dual experience for it. And exactly this, distraction, is why human beings are generally entangled in duality.  

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