Step 1: Ready Sit upright and comfortable. Step 2: Arriving at the real world Start the timer for one minute and just be here and now. In other word, just be with whatever you are now experiencing as it is regardless whether you like or dislike. No need to chase what you like or runaway … Continue reading Tour the real world for 1 minute
Here is an easy way to know for beginners. Check to see if you experience any one of the followings in your one breath: Your breath becomes long or deep on its own. Your body becomes relaxed. Your mind becomes calm.
If you know how to start a fire with a magnifying glass, you can meditate. Like steadily focusing sunlight on a paper with a magnifying glass, steadily focus your mind on a meditation object such as your breath.
No need to think anything.
A man is sleepwalking. He is unaware of it. His body and mind operate without his permission. He is unaware of it. He does not know he is walking while walking. He does not know he is eating while eating. He does not know he is thinking while thinking. He walks, eats and thinks without … Continue reading Sleepwalking
Just like too much vitamin A in the body becomes toxic, preoccupation of I my me mine in the mind becomes toxic.
Life is possible because of death. Death is possible because of life.
What you see is because of what you don’t see.
If you are aware of your breath, you are knowing the physical sensations of your breath that are constantly changing from moment to moment in the present. Otherwise you are thinking about breath, for example, remembering your breath that happened in the past or imagining about a breath.
Learn from distractions such as mental chatters or sounds, especially when you can not avoid them. They will become your good teachers. However, they are useless and become distractions to you when you do not know how to learn from them.