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Open Your Life to Unlimited Ecstasy
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Open Your Life to Unlimited Ecstasy

Be more sensitive. And you cannot be sensitive in one dimension. Either one is sensitive in all dimensions or one is not sensitive in any. Sensitivity belongs to your total being. So be more sensitive; then every day you will be able to feel what is happening… “For example, you are walking under the sun....

Meditate Every Day – It Really Makes a Difference!
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Meditate Every Day – It Really Makes a Difference!

Regular meditation does make a difference, especially in this digital age. In a recent article for the New York Times entitled ‘You Should Meditate Every Day,’ Opinion Columnist Farhad Manjoo, a technology journalist for nearly 20 years and a tech devotee even longer, says it’s the best way he’s found to keep digital monsters at...

Stop!
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Stop!

Just as you have the impulse to do something, stop. “You can try it anywhere. You are taking your bath – suddenly order yourself to ‘Stop!’ and stop. Even if it is only for a single moment, you will feel a different phenomenon happening within you. You are thrown to the center and suddenly everything...

Hara Centering Meditation
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Hara Centering Meditation

“Concentrate the energy on the Hara, the point two inches below the navel. “That is the center from where one enters life and that is the center from where one dies and goes out of life. So that is the contact center between the body and the soul. If you feel a sort of wavering...

The Art of Listening
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The Art of Listening

Listen to What Comes, Don’t Repress “In the twenty-four hours of a day you need to be silent for an hour or so. Whenever it is convenient. The internal dialogue will go on but don’t be party to it. Detached Listening:“The key to it all is to hear the talk within just as you would...

Be a Hollow Bamboo
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Be a Hollow Bamboo

“This is one of Tilopa’s special methods. Every master has his own special method through which he has attained, and through which he would like to help others. This is Tilopa’s specialty: Like a hollow bamboo rest at ease with your body. “A bamboo: inside completely hollow. When you rest, you just feel that you...

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