Neurophysiology of the Chakras in Kundalini Tantra. Mindfulness: Finding Peace in a Frantic World. All of the meditations on this page are taken from our book ‘Mindfulness: Finding Peace in a Frantic World’.
The book contains the complete 8 week mindfulness course developed at Oxford University. The sound files can take 10-20 seconds before they begin to play. The Chocolate Meditation Connecting with your senses is one of the core benefits of Mindfulness meditation. Many traditions use nuts or fruit as the focus for a meditation on the senses of taste, smell and touch. Sounds True Email Newsletter - Thanks. "Moola Prayer" from the album Om Deeksha mixed and compiled by Maneesh de Moor "Walking into the Himalaya to Meditate" from the album Tibetan Meditation Music by Nawang Khechog "Safe Delivery" from the album Shakuhachi Water Meditations by Riley Lee.
Translation Of Various Upanishads. The Upanishadic philosophy reveal the heights to which our awareness and knowledge can grow given the right circumstances and correct discipline.
Apart from a few core concepts, the Upanishads do not present a coherent and consistent philosophy, dogma or theory which, together with their symbolic vagueness, make their interpretation rather subjective, difficult and uncertain. Hence various schools of Hindu philosophy present them according to their own tenets. Presented here are translations of both the major and minor Upanishads.
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Sense-Desire is the foremost and deepest mental hindrance (Nivarana). The texts given below aim at illustrating how this obsessive and addictive urge for sensing only pleasure in the form of sights, sounds, smells, tastes and touches arises, ceases, and is finally cured. The present-day dominance of the porno and entertainment industry speaks -in itself- clearly of this problem's all too common abundance among human beings today...
The Blessed Buddha once said: On this occasion the Blessed One was staying at Gaya's Head, together with a thousand Bhikkhus. Zen Stories. There was once a stone cutter who was dissatisfied with himself and with his position in life.
One day he passed a wealthy merchant's house. Through the open gateway, he saw many fine possessions and important visitors. "How powerful that merchant must be! " Mindfulness Bell. Podcast Episode: Buddhist Geeks: Enlightened Teachers (Seriously Buddhist, Seriously Geeky. The Fountain of Life » The Fountain of Life.
Nonduality, Enlightenment, Awareness, Awakening, and the search for Oneness. The Encyclopedia of Truth. It is important to understand the nature of truth.
It will help you to see the fact as it is and to deal with the complex structure of illusions created by mind. I agree on the fact that truth can never be bound by thoughts but it is good to have a healthy discussion about its nature. This discussion will not lead you to enlightenment but it will give you strong logics to deal with the intricacies of mind. Continue reading. The New Human Race that Cannot Get Sick - New Earth Daily.
Show me the suffering of the most miserable; So I will know my people's plight. Temple Illuminatus. Tibetan Buddhist Internet Radio. Free Spiritual Books » Perennial wisdom for nothingFree Spiritual Books » Perennial wisdom for nothing. Self-Forgiveness and Making Amends. We are deeply imprinted by the suffering we have caused others. This imprint is sometimes felt as shame , guilt or remorse, and it’s our heart’s sensitivity calling us to attention. In the Buddhist teachings, such sensitivity can be intelligent and healthy—it plays an important role in awakening and freeing our hearts. 02_1. Book Two, Part I—Buddha and His Vishad Yoga1.
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How to meditate: Distraction in meditation doesn't matter. Meditation is about getting used to being in the state of non-distraction.
Or, and this is even better, mediation is about not being distracted by your distractions! When you begin the practice of meditation, you may become pretty disheartened to learn that your mind is everywhere else but on your meditation. Even after years of practicing meditation, there are times when instead of meditating, I find myself caught up in a sea of emotions and thoughts, unable to do anything but try desperately to ride the waves and not get swept away. What is most wonderful about this whole process is that even when you find yourself getting swept away and coming back to your meditation after what seems like hours, you can use that “coming back” as your meditation practice. That is, the practice of meditation means getting used to practicing even as your thoughts and emotions arise and you find yourself getting distracted.
Buddhism and the God-idea. Do Buddhists believe in a god?
No, we do not. There are several reasons for this. The Buddha, like modern sociologists and psychologists, believed that religious ideas and especially the god idea have their origins in fear. The Buddha says: Find quotes about anything and everything. The Spirit of Gift. A gift. It is a simple gesture of care. Like an open palm, it is an invitation to connect—an emblem of support, respect, or well wishes for someone else.
But can it be more than that? Can gifts restructure our monetary system? Text Reading 8/12/12. Text Reading from UZ Practice Period 8/12/12 Ryokan, a Zen master, lived the simplest kind of life in a little hut at the foot of a mountain. One evening a thief visited the hut only to discover there was nothing in it to steal. Ryokan returned and caught him. “You may have come a long way to visit me,” he told the prowler, “and you should not return empty-handed. Energy Opening and activation by shamanmedicinewoman. Misconceptions between Universal Laws and Karma - A Personal Perspective.
As things cycle in life, questions begin to repeat themselves in bunches. This is an excerpt of another article I wrote many moons ago. It is my hope it answers a number of the recent email questions received. It is interesting to hear perspectives of the Universal Laws of Attraction and Karma. Many seem to have the perspective or the confusion that they are in fact the same Universal Laws. It is true that most truths are perception based. Understanding the Meditation Process. Arun GoelWaking Times Meditation can be described as a continued, unbroken awareness of the mind in its raw state.
It involves the overcoming of distractions and dissipated energies into a blissful awareness. Let us look at it this way – at any point of time we are consumed with countless thoughts and emotional baggage at the conscious and subconscious level. This prevents us from experiences true, uninhibited bliss. Zen Koans - AshidaKim.com. Do Nothing for 2 Minutes. Audio Dharma - Welcome to Audio Dharma. BuddhaNet - Worldwide Buddhist Information and Education Network. Light Age Masters. Tinnitus Masker - sonic designs by Jon Dattorro for relief of ringing ears - mp3 downloads (download sound sounds tinnitus maskers Tinnitus Masking treatment help ear help hearing sound therapy) Masking Tinnitus iTunes iPod Mask Tinnitus Masker Tinnitus H.
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