In this combined blog and audio I’m going to go over five very common and very ridiculous myths about meditation and shed light on these myths with five meditation facts
How long must one meditate before achieving enlightenment? And would one easily know if they interacted with someone enlightened?..
Grounding is a powerful meditation used for centering yourself. Grounding exercises and techniques take on many forms. This technique is a visualization that will anchor you in your body and in the here and now, and it will probably quieten most of your internal chatter and anxiety.
In this article I’m going to go over five very common and very ridiculous myths about meditation and shed light on these myths with five meditation facts.
Vipassanā is a Pali word from the Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent and is considered the sacred language of Theravada Buddhism .Vipassana Meditations intention is to purify the mind through a rational process of mental self-observation, thus freeing the self from suffering
In the beginning Samadhi will come in flashes of realization, which will grow into long states of heightened perception. Until finally you will simply realize yourself. This is self-realization and is a gateway state that steps into Samadhi.
In zazen breathing it is not necessary to control or manipulate the breath, and you don’t have to make the breath happen in any particular way. Natural breathing will happen by itself if you take a correct posture that is reasonably comfortable and positions your body properly
Enlightened beings recede from the world of structure …. Ascension is a misunderstanding of the nature of enlightenment. The entity rather than rising up into heaven …..until they become hidden, hidden even from God.
Dhyana is normally translated as meaning meditation, but there are many forms of meditation and to simply call dhyana meditation is an over simplification of dhyana’s true implication.
Zazen Instructions: In Zen Buddhism, zazen (means literally “seated meditation”) and is a meditative discipline that is at the very heart of Zen practice, and everything about zazen from the practices, procedures, and etiquette of sitting meditation, (zazen) and walking meditation, (Kinhin or kyōgyō) is highly choreographed.