- Meditation techniques – Levels of enlightenment and Satori – video
- Ajaan Kao : After death is there just voidness ? nothingness ?
- This is very strange – George Adie
- Bhaghavad Gita : He who sees Me everywhere and sees all in Me, to him I do not get lost, nor does he get lost to Me.
- Meditation : Outer and inner immobility – video
- Buddhism and the sciences of the Universe
- Buddhism Mahayana
- Buddhism Theravada and vipassana meditation
- Buddhisme and the Tibetan book of the dead
- Compassion and devotion
- Death, reincarnation, rebirth, karma
- Know Thyself – and thou shall know all the mysteries of the gods and of the universe.
- Right effort
- Right understanding
- Techniques to master the mind
- The power of attention and meditation
- The role of Great Art
- Time and eternal present
- Shan Moodley on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- vidji on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- Ronald on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- Steve Palmer on The Tibetan Book of the Dead – the Bardo Thodol – Video
- Natosha Temple on Ayya Khema : Universal consciousness
Category Archives: The power of attention and meditation
Bhaghavad Gita : He who sees Me everywhere and sees all in Me, to him I do not get lost, nor does he get lost to Me.
“Motionless like the light of a lamp in a windless place is the controlled consciousness (free from its restless action, shut in from its outward motion) of the Yogin who practises union with the Self. That in which the mind becomes silent Read more
That in which the mind becomes silent and still by the practice of Yoga: that in which the Self is seen within in the Self by the Self, and the soul is satisfied. That in which the soul knows its own true and exceeding bliss, which is perceived Read more
Meditation helps concentration of the mind. Then the mind is free from thoughts and is in the meditated form. Meditation is sticking to one thought. That single thought keeps away other thoughts; distraction of mind is a sign of its weakness; by Read more
Vigilance is the path to Life Eternal. Thoughtlessness is the path to death. The reflecting vigilant die not. The heedless are already dead. Dhammapada (21) The French philosopher Simone Weil said, ‘Absolutely unmixed attention is Read more
Jacques Lusseyran (1924-1971) was a french author and a blind hero of the French Resistance.. He became totally blind in a school accident at the age of 8. “At all times, I know of the world only what I deserve to know. The amount of Read more
A human being’s attention is the most precious treasure he possesses. Its purpose, force, and importance in life may not be very obvious, since through long, habitual, and instinctive use it is generally taken too much for granted. (…) On the Read more