Monthly Archives: April 2011

Lightness: a quality in “Extintion”


World is becoming more and more a heavy place where to live: economical and emotional crisis, money, troubles, tensions, laws that prevent you do everything (almost even to breath)…. The guilt of this loss of lightness is not to be … Continue reading

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In Search for the Awakeness: “Uncomfortable” Experiences during Meditation


Have you ever had the feeling of “losing” your body during a meditation practice?  Namely, of losing the sensation, the feeling of your body?  I don’t speak here about a distraction, but about something that is the result of a … Continue reading

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In Search for the Awakeness: The Awakening of a “True Mind”


What we call mind ordinary is not what it should be. It appears more a burden than a gift, because it is susceptible to the external random situations, and that’s the main cause of our mechanicity. We are uneducated on … Continue reading

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Love and Acceptance


Love is a topic that is never discussed or treated enough, but it has been previously addressed on this blog.  Not only a Universal Love, but also a more “earthly” (but not less important) kind of Love:  a Love between … Continue reading

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In Search for the Awakeness:”Love those who I Love”


The path towards self awareness is all but a simple and cosy way; it requires one thing above all the other: an adamant will focused on realizing our True Nature and in finding the Truth. But how to apply a … Continue reading

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Check out Your Limits- An exercise in “Intentional Efforts”


If a life path dedicated to the self development is intended to overcome our limits,the inner and outer impositions who bring us stuck and unable to do what we really wish to do, it seems obvious that, to achieve the … Continue reading

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A Tibetan Exercise for discerning the True from the False Self


I would like to introduce here a very interesting practice which belongs to the Tibetan Tantric-Buddhist tradition.  It is very useful in learning how to overcome a negative emotion when it happens.  We witness almost everyday in ourselves and in … Continue reading

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Meditation is placed in the consumer market?


The thing that the media search in their issues to share every sort of glamor is a well known fact- at least among those who do not allow their “brain” to be only a sort of thoughts- washer full of … Continue reading

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The Laughing Buddha: TECHNO-SHAMANISM AND THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF BLISS by Michael Hutchison


WHO WANTS TO SLEEP (WHEN THERE’S A PARTY GOING ON?) The neuroscientific breakthroughs of the last decade have established beyond doubt that given the proper type of stimulation, the ordinary human brain has extraordinary or exceptional powers, that what we … Continue reading

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10 Exercises in Focus


The following are just few small exercises, which can help you to focus and quiet the unnecessary stream of associative thoughts (associative thoughts are not an enemy, but we often identify ourselves with the results they make), to focus a … Continue reading

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