I was always seeking truth from childhood. And I identified truth with many things, with science, with politics, with art, and I kept coming back to the thought that without God I can’t get to what I’m looking for.
My first experience with meditation and how it affects the brain was with a technique I learned from my spiritual teacher, Osho, called dynamic meditation.
his time we’re going to talk about the very core of meditation â?¦ awareness. All meditation techniques have the same goal, which is to make us more awakened/alert than we ordinarily are.
I was a child of the 60s, and so Ram Dass had a profound influence on my life; I still have my original Be Here Now book with the $3.33 price on it.
Meditation must be filled with the sweetness of longing and love. All efforts in meditation should be directed with love and offered on the altar of devotion. An attitude of humility and surrender must be the guiding force in every self-effort to adv
I first came to the Heart of Satsang in a time of great loneliness and desolation after a painful divorce. I was also a very weary spiritual seeker and I was ready for the real thing, ready to be brought home to love.
Music, a universal language deeply rooted in the consciousness of humanity, resonates with and flows through both the inner and outer dimensions of being.
Meditation has many aspects, or faces, but if I were asked to define it, I would be inclined to say that it is the journey of exploration, or investigation, into the very nature of human consciousness.
In todayâ??s fast-paced world it is easy to lose sight of the fact that man is a very new phenomenon.
David Waldman is a mystery. He embodies the wonderful, wild, incredible mystery that he says life is. Being empty, he is free to meet life fresh, greeting each new now with the wonder and openheartedness of a child.