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advancing meditation: the a, b, c of perceptions

Perceptions are necessary as long as we think that we are living in this world with such and such gender, food preferences, hopes, fears, and self-identity. We share this conditioning with trillions of other beings on Earth. Meditation – on … Continue reading

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advancing meditation: the root of phenomena …

“is the mind.” So say, Buddha Shakyamuni, Patanjali, and a host of realized teachers of meditation and Awareness (male and female) through the centuries. How is the mind the root of phenomena, and why is this significant to a vipahsyana … Continue reading

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advancing meditation: the heart of vipashyana

Vipashyana is Sanskrit. Vipassana is Pali. Both words refer to using perception to get to the root of perceiving. If one penetrates through the layers within the process of perception: concepts about what one is perceiving, sensations related to the … Continue reading

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