Levels of Existence

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  1. Meditation & The Mind

    Mind- Living The Opposites The human mind is very complex: The mind has very delicate and beautiful aspects The mind has rough and tough aspects In life you come across both. But neither life, nor these states mind, occurs with our permission. In fact, th ...
  2. Meditation & The Body

    Meditation and The Body- For Better Health "Our body is a precious gift to us. So honor your body" We have to keep our body sacred, as it is a mobile temple. The English word "nerve" is derived from the Sanskrit word 'nar'. I ...
  3. Meditation & the Senses

    We have five sensory organs- eyes, nose, ears, tongue and skin. Meditation can happen when there is harmony in the five senses. When you sit for meditation, observe all your sensory organs. Observe your breath and eye movement. Is your breath steady? Is t ...
  4. Meditation & The Ego

    'When you are in a group, and there is discomfort, this is because of barriers, of the ego. Take a deep breath, watch the discomfort, it will disappear.- Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. What Is Ego? Ego says, "I am something, I am somebody, I am very grea ...
  5. Meditation & The Memory

    Memory can make you either sad or enlightened. Meditation can bring that shift in your memory – to let go of the trivial, and to recognize your infinite nature. Holding On To The Limited & Trivial How often is our mind churning with unpleasant memorie ...
  6. Meditation & the Consciousness

    There are various states of consciousness that we can have. Meditation is one of the most important of them. Following are normal states of consciousness We are awake experiencing the world through the 5 senses. In absence of any one of these we lose the ...
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