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What Are You Thankful For?


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Are there things that you desire to have in our life that you feel could make you happier?

Chakra Meditation: A Guaranteed Path to Inner Peace ~ Part 4


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The next three chakras: anahata, visuddha and ajna are sky-bound. gravitation does not affect them. They are under another law called levitation; they are pulled upwards. These three consist of the mind. The body is pulled downwards, mind is pulled upwards. But you are neither. You are the seventh, which is neither body nor mind. ~ Osho

Chakra Meditation: A Guaranteed Path to Inner Peace ~ Part 3


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The first three chakras belong to the body. The next three chakras belong to the mind. And the seventh chakra is beyond both. Ordinarily, the people who indulge remain in the first three lower chakras — they hang there. Those first three chakras: muladhar, swadhistan and manipura are earth-bound. They are earthly chakras, they are attracted by gravitation, they are pulled downwards. ~ Osho 

Chakra Meditation: A Guaranteed Path to Inner Peace ~ Part 2


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Start meditating with your eyes open, focusing as a warm-up, then focus on a chakra, then just let go and merge. Don't sit there and think or move into sleepy states of awareness, but move into high-powered states of attention. ~ Zen Master Rama

Chakra Meditation: A Guaranteed Path to Inner Peace ~ Part 1

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In Buddhism we meditate. We make our minds quiet by learning to focus on the chakras, release internal energy that we call kundalini, and bring ourselves into high states of consciousness. ~ Zen Master Rama

The Five Mental Powers

Beyond all coming and going of phenomena: the ...
 
The mental powers (balāni) are thus called because “they overpower opposing mental states”.Or, as the commentaries explain: they are powerful in the sense of being unshaken (akampanaṭṭhena) by opposition.



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