Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: quality abounds

Any given experience includes myriad additional experiences with it. Within meditation, a few have repeatedly been mentioned, such as clarity, tranquility, peacefulness, spaciousness. But, maybe for you, none of these is your experience but others are. In general, our inner … Continue reading

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Meditation: slowly, slowly

If you watch YouTubes of Tibetan teachers, you will hear them sometimes say, “slowly, slowly.” No matter what the context is, the reminder is the same: good things take time. In the case of meditation training, practice, and the path … Continue reading

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Meditation: unified

These two images are reporting similar experiences.             Whether we are in a moment of peace (left) or of anything else (right), the totality of our experience is that of a unified whole: Awareness and … Continue reading

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Meditation: taking it slowly

Encouraged by a comment from a friend and practitioner, we will continue to take it slowly regarding these few steps of meditation that more fully establish the attributes of shamatha in us and, at the same time, bring forward the … Continue reading

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Meditation: energy flows

We have confidence in the flow of a river, in the flow of the blood in our body, in the flow of conversation among friends, and we can have similar confidence in the emanation of the qualities within our meditation … Continue reading

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