--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, medit8ionsociety <no_reply@...> wrote:
> > "jderosa54" <teechrlady@> wrote:
> > > medit8ionsociety <no_reply@> wrote:
> > >
> > > How can a troubled mind
> > > understand the way?
> > > If a man is disturbed
> > > he will never be filled
> > > with knowledge.
> > >
> > > An untroubled mind,
> > > no longer seeking to consider
> > > what is right and what is wrong,
> > > a mind beyond judgements,
> > > watches and understands.
> > >
> > > Gautama Buddha
> > i like it, what would you say about people
> > you hate or think about because of the way they live
> > in other words if i do something in a certain way
> > they have to do the way and in the same fashion
> > i hate that.
> One thing meditation gives us is the ability to
> witness the thoughts that take our peace away and
> replace then with quietude or thoughts that bring
> us peace. No need to waste energy thinking about
> people you hate no matter how they judge what you do.
> If you witness yourself being negative, your reaction
> could be to forgive those who know not what they do.
> Similarly, forgive yourself for letting your mind run
> wild and take you into a suffering state. Refocus on
> the calming, pleasant, holy, bliss-full and whatever
> other adjectives and adverbs describe things and thoughts
> that merge you with serenity. And if you need any help,
> go to the people, places and things that help you. This
> forum is aimed at being all of That. Welcome!
> Peace and blessings,
Hey BoB, thanks, your words are very good and i like what you say, ive been only three days with this meditation gift and i find it fascinating, joyful, and peaceful , i will continue reading and learning from you and others and i thank you!