Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: prajna, dissolving into the heart

If a meditation practice is working for someone, then certain results ensue and are the illustration that that practice is well-suited. Spoiler alert: none of them include a “good meditation,” “peak experience,” or “bliss.” Why would the three just mentioned … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, at the center

Prajna is about the infinitude of every moment. We began this journey through the five physical senses. More is explained on the podcast and in your moment to moment experiences of life.

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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, equal

The fact that all beings are equal to oneself is a powerful consideration. It is a game-changer, in fact, if one takes in its full ranging meaning and application. All beings experience well-being or harm. All beings seek well-being and … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, origins

We begin this week and month contemplating qualities intrinsic to being human. Each of them gives rise to or birth myriad other qualities. Before naming the four qualities highlighted for personal contemplation and then meditation, let’s explore the premise of … Continue reading

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