Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: the supreme ground

There is one ground for meditation practice. It is tranquility, peaceful abiding. Because it is the only foundation and the qualities of peace and clarity, mind alert and open while not ferreting, time not registering, senses less demanding, ego quietened … Continue reading

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Meditation: sky-like

Shunyata means voidness, emptiness, thus infers limitless, unhindered potential. The truth is that we experience voidness all the time. Each second is pure potential and is, unto itself, unconditioned/void of the conditioning that we have or bring to the moment … Continue reading

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Meditation: experience innate goodness

As meditation deepens, that which is covered up by thoughts and concepts is laid bare; and the meditator experiences raw, naked qualities of presence/being. If one stays continuous in simple being, those qualities will also open. The Will to Good … Continue reading

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Meditation: One

This photo of Earth displays the quality of shared existence and non-distinction. The atmosphere little by little blends with universal space, the clouds – seen from above them – reveal the rolling currents of moisture that they are, and no … Continue reading

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Meditation: behind the usual is potential and the profound

“No eyes, no ears, no nose, no tongue, no body, no mind,” reminds us that we are vastly more than our senses and that assumed reality is too. What one sees, for example, is described in one’s mind by the … Continue reading

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