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?
Practical instructions Difficulties exist only that you may grow strong by overcoming them. So overcome all difficulties one by one patiently. Failures are indeed steppingstones to success. Watch your speech. Watch every word. Speak no word that he’s in pure Orval Bulger or that can affect that the feelings of others. Never allowed and unclean… Continue reading Practical Steps to Inner-Light Work
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 💛
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:::
Today November 14th 2016 is the biggest moon since 1948. The Full Moon heightens intuition, and brings energy and healing frequency of the Divine and All That Is. The time on and around the Full Moon supports you energetically as you contemplate your path forward, and align with the understanding of how you may best… Continue reading Super Moon Meditation∞
The First Noble Truth This is one of the “tree signs of being”- that suffering hardship and unsatisfactoriness is the lot of humankind. It does not deny happiness or pleasure and life’s simple joys, but argues that they too come to an end and are therefore transient and passing.The Buddha likened pleasure to “licking honey… Continue reading The First Noble Truth::