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Unlocking Your Mind: the stages of meditation
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“Without leaving his house, one can know everything that is necessary. Without leaving himself one can grasp all wisdom.” —Lao Tzu In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (written advice for yoga practitioners), it lists the three stages for training the mind: Concentration Dharana, whose aim is to focus the inner experience Meditation Dhyana, whose aim is to expand the inner experience Contemplation Samdhi, whose aim is to deepen the...

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Oneness
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Oneness

Dec 5, 2014

The ancient Tao cultivators were subtle and mysterious. They were of immeasurable profundity. Because they were too subtle to be known, so reluctantly they were being described as follow: Cautious, as if crossing an icy river. Hesitant, as if fearful of the surroundings. Reverent, like an honorable guest. Dispersed, like winter ice began to melt in spring. Simple and sincere, like a genuine virgin. Open-minded, like an empty valley. Harmonized, like the turbid water....

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Contentment
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Contentment

Nov 16, 2014

Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you. ~Lao...

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