We have heard that pain is the messenger from our bodies to our mind. How does your mind greet the messenger? Is it something to be shooed away because you are too busy or is it welcomed because of the warning it brings?
ABOUT THE TECHNIQUE You are always ashamed of your desires! You don’t realize, every desire you have is only a reflection of your deep desire for inner fulfillment...
There have been many studies to discern the effect of meditation on the speed and correctness of perception and response...
ABOUT THE TECHNIQUE We are so afraid of being sensitive because when we become sensitive, life opens out tremendous avenues which we don’t know how to handle. We remain insensitive and live a dead life because of this. We remain in a dead and secure circuit. When sensitivity flowers, every moment becomes fresh. The simplest, most normal things of life become an experience of wonder...
Q. Different people emphasize different paths of meditation like yoga, tantra, bhakti (devotion) etc. Which path is best?...
Dynamic meditation techniques use extreme physical tension to enter into meditation! When your body is at maximum tension, a sudden break in tension can make you go directly into deep relaxation...
ABOUT THE TECHNIQUE When you are involved in any active, analytical or logical activity, your right brain is stimulated. This is the active or ‘solar’ aspect of the brain...
ABOUT THE TECHNIQUE How often do you laugh? When we laugh, we are completely unaware that we are performing a great spiritual practice!...
Whether you believe it or not, whether you accept it or not, you are a wave in the ocean that is the cosmos. If you internalize this concept, then your actions become a spontaneous part of the rising and falling waves, part of the cosmic leela, divine play. Then you don’t feel you are separate, you are just playing the role that is meant for you. Naturally, your actions become pure and spontaneous, without the play of your emotions in them...
About this technique: The air you breathe is just a vehicle in which the prana (life-energy)comes in and goes out of your body. When you inhale, the air comes in carrying prana, and when you exhale, the ‘empty’ air goes out ...
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