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WHERE IS THE SELF?

Ven: The same is true for our “self” or “I”. Recall a time when you were very angry. how did the “I” appear then? It seemed very solid- as if there was a real me that someone was insulting. That “I” felt real, as if it were independent, somewhere inside our body and mind. We… Continue reading WHERE IS THE SELF?

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Buddha Shakyamuni Mantra: Om Muni Muni Maha Muniye Soha 💛

Hi beautiful souls : thank you for visiting my blog today as I want to share with you the meaning of Shakyamuni Mantra when w enchant what it does when you apply to your meditations and even chant once a day it is really helpful. This mantra is one of my three year son favorite… Continue reading Buddha Shakyamuni Mantra: Om Muni Muni Maha Muniye Soha 💛

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Heart Center Meditation:::

Greetings beautiful souls: I would like to share a meditation focusing on the fourth chakra, which is the heart center, is called in Sanskrit Anahata and the color is green.  The heart chakra is associated with the vibrational sound of “YAM”. As we focus of this area heart center I breath in the nourishing color… Continue reading Heart Center Meditation:::

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On Detachment:::

  The Cultivation of Detachment: There is only attachment; there is no such thing as detachment. The mind invents detachment as a reaction to the pain of attachment. When you react to attachment by becoming “detached” you are attached to something else. So that whole process is one of attachment. You are attached to your… Continue reading On Detachment:::

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The Fourth Noble Truth:::

  THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH The eight elements of the Noble Eightfold Path are traditionally arranged into tree groups. Morality (shila)  comprises right of speech, right bodily action and right livelihood or living. Concentration or meditation (Samadhi) comprises right effort, right mindfullness or awareness and right concentration. Wisdom (Prajna) comprises right view and right thought (… Continue reading The Fourth Noble Truth:::

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Thought of the day “On Children” by OSHO

The children first have to be taught the physical joys. Help them to climb the trees, help them to run, help them to swim, help them to dance, help them to do physical yoga, hatha yoga, so they can have a feel of their bodies, so their bodies can be felt as alive phenomena —… Continue reading Thought of the day “On Children” by OSHO