If you have any experience with meditation, you have encountered one of the biggest obstacles to meditationâ??the chattering mind. Here starts our battle with the mind, and for sure we will lose that battle.
Much is being written about awakening (Sanskrit: Samadhi) these days and often I find it described as an experience that constitutes a type of enhancement for the spiritual seeker once she or he has found Samadhi.
In every age people have sought to understand themselves, their world, and their universe. They have sought awareness, consciousness, inner knowing, enlightenment and transformation in the search for themselves.
So, what do The Wall Street Journal, National Academy of Sciences, the Science Journal, The Journal of Neuroscience, and the Dalai Lama have in common? The answer is an interest in how meditation affects the structure and evolution of our brains.
The fall guy of spirituality is the ego. Since there’s really no one to blame for everything that happens in our lives, we manufacture this idea called the ego to take the blame. Love liberates this duality thinking and ego ceases to be a problem.
Couple finds meditation helps the addicted Book’s focus is teen-agers William "Rahasya" Poe remembers when he worked with teen-agers at a detox and recovery home in San Diego.
All beautiful and great music comes out of the space within. Some people call that space the soul, and you need to have a soul to create music.
I think that one of the greatest and most harmful delusions we have in this world is the view we have of ourselves as being separate from other human beings and the world in which we live.
The Tao Te Ching is one of the most loved and widely translated books in human history. It is wisdom literature at its finest. But it is much more than a collection of Chinese poetry.
The body is like a musical instrument. It needs to be in harmony. When the harmony is disturbed, you are also disturbed. Why is it that we feel so good when we hear music?