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The Awakening of an Understanding


There are times in our lives when we lose particularly special moments of which some of them could really change, in a radical way, the whole course of our lives, allowing us to experience new, unexpected possibilities. Possibilities that usually … Continue reading

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Right Action: The “Triads”#2: the Quality of an Action


In the previous post, we mentioned different qualities of action and different types of Triads.  We also gave some general examples in order to give an idea of what we are speaking. Let’s see a bit more in depth,  the … Continue reading

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The Spirit of a Path: Tantra


A Foreword One of the most harmful aspects which inevitably follows every form of popularization of the Ancient Knowings, is the vulgarization of their contents. For example, the Science of Yoga has been reduced to a trivial sequence of gym … Continue reading

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Developing the Silent Observer


The Silent Observer Tecnique is specifically designed to help the practitioner to get in touch with his True Self. This practice helps in detaching oneself from his associative mind. It opens the doors of awareness and makes the practitioner see … Continue reading

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Problems Along The Path#2- The Wish of “revenge”


This is really another main problem along the path toward self-development.  Revenge towards life in general, a response towards the thousands of humiliations we have suffered during our life. It’s a reaction related exclusively to our past which prevents us … Continue reading

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Attention and Concentration


Attention is a state of conscious presence, most important for those who want to achieve a better state of awareness.  This ability can and may be constantly trained.  As known, the individual degree of focusing capacity differs from person to … Continue reading

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Onion Skin Meditation


This meditation is an exercise in dividing things into parts, and then parts of parts, in order to try to find some sort of solid, self-existent essence that an object is made of. You take the mind down layer by … Continue reading

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Using The Law of seven in our Daily life


Related to the Law of Three, already discussed in one previous topic on this Blog, there’s another fundamental Law who let’s us achieve the power of acting: the Law Of Seven or Law of the Octaves. Many essays and books … Continue reading

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The Diamond Cutter Meditation


This meditation analyzes the difference between a quality, and something that is characteristic of that quality. In Tibetan this is known as “chi-jedrak.” A deep grasp of the relationship between these two things is a trigger for seeing emptiness directly. … Continue reading

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Exercises: The Six Flavors of Emptiness


This meditation takes us through six different wrong views of the world around us and, one by one, establishes that these views cannot be true; that what these views profess is, in fact, impossible. By this we arrive at the … Continue reading

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