“The most subtle body consists of fine channels called nadi along which a number of plexus points or chakras are disposed. A so-called “wind energy” circulates through this system, which is basically inseparable from consciousness, but in its most gross forms manifests as passions like anger and lust. In the unregenerate individual, the nadi are knotted up, so the movement of the wind energy is vitiated.” John Snelling, The Buddhist Handbook. Read More
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Meditation is a method of allowing the conscious mind to come to a state of stillness and effortlessness. Many of us have tried to learn this and found
that at first, it is impossible to stop our mind from wandering here and there. In the beginning, the mind moves around, the body complains, our nose
itches and we scratch it, or our back hurts and distracts us. Maybe there is too much noise from the traffic or someone sneezes or someone’s giggling
or we keep getting interrupted by our children or our friends, or we keep going to sleep or there isn’t enough time because we have so much to do.
The possible distractions are endless.
The ten commandments have for a long time felt like an outdated set of rules of which many seem obvious and therefore largely uninspiring. No matter what our background, most of us know we’re not supposed to steal or kill or commit adultery. However what if there were deeper meanings to these age old set of rules? Kevin Niv Farrow has deciphered what he believes are the real hidden meanings of the ten commandments, which have inspiring and useful applications to our daily lives. Read More
“Yes is a world and in this world of yes live all worlds,” ee cummings.
Many of us like to talk about enlightenment or Christ consciousness or the Tao or living spiritually and often we get caught up in the linguistic complexities of what is really a very simple path. After all, these ‘ideas’ or philosophies are just representative of saying yes, ever more deeply. The real yes is enlightenment, the true Buddha nature. Read More