We all have this precious gem of unconditional love, wisdom, and bliss within us, but we usually have so much junk covering it that we fail to recognize it. Practice stillness in the present moment. Calm down, breathe, and listen. Observe the stillness. Then let go of the listener and observer. Contact the bliss, love, and wisdom directly. Sometimes when we sneeze or yawn, for a brief moment we experience the bliss. At these times and especially at death the subtlest mind of luminosity manifests. If we are ready we can experience it and transform towards more purity and goodness.
For those interested in understanding the teachings of the Buddha, to eliminate suffering for oneself and others, this schema presented in the last post is crucial to understand. The root of the problem is a […]
Generosity is a means of opening our heart, as well as helping another. It is the first of the 6 paramitas, or 6 perfections, to cultivate compassion and wisdom. They are: generosity, ethical discipline, patience, […]
The second type of meditation is contemplative or analytical meditation. In this type of meditation we think about a certain topic like impermanence, compassion, or wisdom (shunyata). When we get some feeling, understanding, or an […]