Reflections

Living life without distorted perceptions

What is mindfulness?

What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is English word for the Buddhist Pali language word sati. The Pali language word Sati stands for remembering. Remembering what? Remembering the intelligence already given to us in its perfect form by the universe. It is not...

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Meditation on real time in Jainism

Jain meditation is also referred as Samayika. The word Samayika means being in the moment of continuous real-time. This act of being conscious of the continual renewal of the universe in general and one's own renewal of the individual living being In Uttarādhyayana...

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False time is the source of unhappiness

Time is of two kinds. The real time and the psychological time. Real / objective time examples: The tea Was served hot fifteen minutes ago and has now become cold. He was born in 1856 and died in 1934. Over the years my my body muscles have become stronger. Due to...

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Conquer your anger

CONQUER YOUR ANGER © Rakesh Kapoor 2011   The key part of this transformative program is, practicing of self-awareness: Mental and physical symptoms of anger: we all know from our observation and study of psychosomatic diseases, that anger is connected to many...

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A transcendental perspective

Our mind is always active - even in dreams. This continuous engagement generates a false self = a being --> leading to --> an illusion of becoming. Once being and becoming set in, the mind starts creating an unreal world of falsehoods, of delusions, of desires,...

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freedom

Freedom is the absence of mental conditioning / self-narrative during action and relationships. By mistake people think freedom to be the capacity to act out and relate to others, in accordance with one's own mental conditioning / self-narrative in the mind . The...

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‘Do that which consists no action’, how??

'Do that which consists no action', how?? There are two synonymous words "Do" and "action". They have two different meanings in the context of this statement. It is doing and yet not doing. In the objective- unconditioned present moment we can do; action wihch is...

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‘Kingliness leads to heaven’

Ques: 'Kingliness leads to heaven' On one end its being said that a person should be content, on the other hand its being said that 'kingliness is heaven'. King must always think about the progress of his people and kingdom, his contentment might lead to the downfall...

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Entropy of highest order mental functioning

Entropy in the physical world is the degradation of matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of disorder. Human mind also, if not attended to tends to be more and more disorderly and in due course behave according to fixed patterns of disorder. This...

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the subjective as false

The subjective emotions of fear, anxiety, desire, hatred, being-becoming are truly there in the mind. But they are signs that a person has succumbed to the virtual world. Unless he comes out of the trap of the virtual world, he can not solve many of the simplest of...

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