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What is thought-focus ? Going from actionlessness within breath- & thought-control, one focusses the mind on ‘one’ thing (breath, an object, the bright-white-light, etc.) only. When breathing-in, imagine like a beaming light wave & when breathing-out, let it enter your … Continue reading

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What is mind-focus ? Going from actionlessness within breath- & thought-control, one focusses the mind on a goal & let’s go of everything but the breath-control, as 2 receive thoughts, ideas & problem-solutions one couldn’t have thought of, if it … Continue reading

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What is spreading breath ? Coming over from deep-breathing or abdominal breathing one spreads the breath over the body. Breathing-in while pointing our spirit &/or thought(s) & breathing-out, while sweeping our spirit &/or thought(s) downwards with the body, towards the … Continue reading

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What is breath control ? It’s converting the breath into mind – a dream-breath – the breath as an act of mind. The first step is 2 relax & unwind. Sit still or lie down & do remain wide-awake ! … Continue reading

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Birth is inevitably succeeded by rebirth. Birth & rebirth are 4 ever. If only death could be 4 ever 4 death isn’t the end of being & consciousness, it’s only the end of physical suffering & the end of freedom-restrictors … Continue reading

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Renunciation is about not taking pleasure in anything beyond the transcendental happiness derived from desirelessness, actionlessness & thoughtlessness from within meditation 4 this is service 2 the One. Reaching the One happens in 2 ways or processes. One is by … Continue reading

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Renunciation is about letting-go of things that create suffering. Renunciation is avoidance of what’s unimportant & what’s unimportant is, like everything connected with earthly temporal & impermanent physical being (primordial root-cause of suffering), as opposed 2 what’s really important, eternal, … Continue reading

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Jainism, an ancient Indian religion, formed alongside Buddhism, that also promoted the abandonment of ritual, asceticism, spiritual illumination & freedom from repeated rebirth (samsara), prescribes a path of nonviolence (ahimsa) towards all living beings & emphasizes spiritual interdependence & equality … Continue reading

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In Hinduism, the word ‘upādāna’ is translated as attachment. In Buddhist texts in Pali, it’s ‘nekkhamma’, a word generally translated as renunciation. Renunciation, dis-attachment, non-attachment &/or detachment, as release from desire & consequently from suffering is unsurprisingly the most important … Continue reading

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Meditation is absolute renunciation ! You know, when death is calling, at that special though critical point in time, when the hooded sickle holding reaper calls, many suddenly wish they could fall back on something that eliminated their fear of … Continue reading

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