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  • Certainly Aideen, you must learn Vipassana. You'll agree at the end, it's THE meditation technic. May it help you too to grow within yourself. Rushikant's love. --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, Marc Moss wrote: > > Great plan!! His Holiness has an interpretation of Kamalashila's Bhavanakrama, the Steps on Meditation. Master Patnajali's Yoga Sutra (i believe)...very good...
    rushi_kant Feb 26, 2007
  • Yes, experiences like these are not uncommon. But they are impermanent & deserve just to be experienced, passed through, without fear or longing. Then they serve to promote, otherwise hinder. May you like to be mature enough to be with them impassonately. --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, yeshwanthi vasudevan wrote: > > O.k. this is something that has been scaring me for quite...
    rushi_kant Sep 25, 2006
  • The world reveres the likes of Jesus, Buddha, Mohammad, Krishna, and Mahavira. Why? They eradicated the negativities & purified their mind to such an extent that they were filled with tremendously profound positivities. This is the potential of meditation. We too can do that. And we must. Otherwise, how are we better than just breathing machines? What do you think ? -rushikant.
    rushi_kant Aug 24, 2006
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  • Yeshwanthiji : Why not to accept the reality ? Continue your meditation of just being aware of whatever is the reality of the moment. And react not by desiring anything otherwise than what the Nature manifests, on the body or in the mind. If you do not wish the pent up fear to surface, how can you get rid of it ? Same with all supressed emotions & negativities. Let them come up...
    Rushikant Mehta Jul 30, 2006
  • Appreciable Preyong that you are open to experiments. Visiting dhamma.org tells you there are about 130 centres the world around where Vipassana is taught. You may attend an initial course of 10 days at a centre convenient to you. We 'll sure thenafter exchange our experiences. With best of empathy, -rushikant. preyong wrote: Dear Rushikant, Many thanks for your advice to www.dhamm...
    Rushikant Mehta Jul 14, 2006
  • Great Preyong ! It's really a pleasant surprise somebody can even think of taking up such a subject for deep study ! May you have success throughout ! If you permit, one word of caution : why aim just for a doctorate on developement of consciousness for Enlightenment ? May you rather aim for that developemrnt of your own consciousness for your own Enlightenment ! Probably, stopping...
    Rushikant Mehta Jul 3, 2006
  • Hello Jessie ! Vipassana meditation system ( www.dhamma.org ) is widely catching up with schools in India. It's non-sectarian, universally acceptable & has no religious conotations. Children love it. If the school management is supportive, the results are a pleasant surprise. It's taught in prisions in USA too with wonderful results. Be happy. To know how, learn Vipassana...
    Rushikant Mehta Mar 29, 2006
  • The following is the general text of Mr. Goenka's remarks at one of the panels of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January, 2000 on the subject of how the practice of a tradition can transcend dogma and cultural elements and manifest the essence of religion: Good that we are all here today to discuss various aspects of religion. Not this religion or that religion...
    rushi_kant Jan 22, 2006
  • Yes, you got it right. Try that. Just see & feel the sound & refuse to think how & why of it. It's gonna be touturous. Live it out to be out of the habit of being centered on thinking, a bondage. Have patience & persistance. All the Best ! Tony Osime wrote: Hello Rushikant, Thanks for your advice. Are you saying that if I focus more on the sound of what I say, I will "think" less...
    Rushikant Mehta Sep 15, 2005
  • Tony, you are a sound meditator. Does the reasoning not produce a sound wave ? Ever been attentive to that ? Can more emphasis on that lessen it on words, gnaw away your attachment to intellectualization & hasten your coveted "one day"? Tony Osime wrote: Hello everyone, One of my greatest meditation challenges is to quell the mind chatter that distracts me as I go deeper into my...
    Rushikant Mehta Sep 15, 2005