Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: prajna, fresh each moment

Engage each moment for the fact that it has never expressed before and nothing in all its features will be as is again.

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Meditation: prajna, the heart of it

A meditation practice should have a revelatory feature that demonstrates off the cushion most of the time. Because of a focus on the flow of the breath, for example, one begins to experience the push and struggle of when “things” … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, open Presence

I never want to sound like I’m making light of the categorical changes going on in our world, in societies, or in the lives of so many people. Billions probably. Nonetheless, when a person is in Presence -any of the … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, the principle

There’s a variety of principles that display in the living beings of Earth. AnĀ  example is branching. Rivers or water rolling down a window do this. The blood vessels, nerve fibers, the neurological pathways of the synapses in the human … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, riches

So rich. So full. Right now.

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