"Meditate profoundly, that
unseen may be revealed unto you, that you may
inhale the sweetness of a
spiritual imperishable fragrance.
Acknowledge the truth from time
immemorial unto eternity the Almighty hath tried, and will continue to try,
His servants, so
light may be discerned from darkness, truth
right from wrong,
guidance from error,
misery, and roses from thorns." -
the beginning of your meditation you should say to yourself:
not allow my mind to be distracted by thoughts of the
hopes, or fears, nor will I let my mind stray toward
memories of the past.
I will remain focused on
this present moment.'
Once you have cultivated such a will, you take that space between past
and future as the object of meditation - and
simply maintain your awareness of
it, free of any conceptual
thought processes." - Tenzin Gyatso
"The beginning of meditation is
being aware of every movement of
thought and feeling.
Knowing all the layers of
Not only the
superficial layers but the
hidden, the deeply
To know the
activities, the hidden
there must be tranquility
in the conscious mind; that is
the conscious mind must be
still in order to receive the projection of the subconscious." -
"The process by which
we transform our more
instinctual attitude to life, that state of mind which
seeks only to satisfy desire and
avoid discomforts, is what we mean when we use the word meditation.
We tend to be controlled
by our mind, following it along its self-centered path.
is the process whereby we gain control over
stimulation of the mind and guide it in a more virtuous direction.
Meditation may be thought of as a technique by which
we diminish the force of old thought habits and
develop new ones.
We thereby protect ourselves from engaging in
actions of mind, word, or deed that lead to our suffering." -
"Sitting around doing nothing goes
against our cultural programming, which generates feelings of discomfort
that impel us to do something productive.
Certainly this is what many
people feel during empty moments or deliberate experiments at meditation: a
churning unease that says, "I should be doing something."
compulsion is so strong that even spiritual practices such as meditation and
prayer are easily converted into just another thing to do, moments mortgaged to
the campaign of improving one's circumstances.
The first step to freedom is
simply to allow yourself to fully feel whatever there is to feel.
This, and not thought control, is where the true benefit of meditation
lies." - Charles
meditation is defined as:reflection
calm lengthy intent contemplation
the consciousness stream by giving up agency
technique Meditation happens
The whole trick of meditation is
how to remain unoccupied.
When you cannot do anything the
Man is ignorant and blind.
He wants to remain ignorant and
go inwards looks like entering chaos.
And it is so;
inside you have forged a
You have to
encounter it and go through it.
Courage is required.
allow yourself to see yourself
as you truly are.
The courage to
take the inward journey
and face the abyss.
no greater courage than
to be meditative.
In haste nobody can come
to know himself.
Infinite patience is
By and by darkness
time there comes a light from an unrecognizable source.
no flame in it,
no lamp is burning,
no sun is there.
A rising light,
just like it is morning.
The night has disappeared, and the sun has
or in the evening -
the twilight, when the sun has
set and night has not yet descended.
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