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Living #3761

When you conquer your fear of death, you will conquer your fear of living.

4.40 (10)


Thanks to: JOHN W. Dillow - Gresham - USA. - rec.:Aug 7, 2005 - pub.:Aug 9, 2005 - sent.:Nov 12, 2013
The stream of life #5491

Each of us floats in a stream of life. That stream has many sources feeding into it and many channels into which it will flow. One person’s stream may flow into the stream of another, and vice versa; and the next moment each stream will move in a different direction. Water flows with an endless dynamic energy, and so does life. So – keep your head above water and enjoy the ride!

4.50 (8)


Thanks to: Steven Muir - Edmonton - Canada - rec.:Nov 10, 2007 - pub.:Nov 26, 2007
Benefits of Meditation #449

The real glory of meditation lies not in any method but in its continual living experience of presence.

Sogyal Rinpoche

3.33 (12)


Thanks to: Clarence White - Cleveland - USA. - rec.:Jun 6, 2002 - pub.:Jun 6, 2002 - sent.:Mar 20, 2018
Focus on your Breath #6070

Paying attention to the breath is a great way to anchor yourself in the present moment.
Notice your breath streaming in and out. There’s no need to regulate the breath just let it be natural. If you are having trouble getting settled, you can try counting breaths – which is an ancient meditation practice. On your outbreath, silently count “one”, then “two”, and up to “four”. Then return to “one”. Whenever you notice your thoughts have strayed far away or you find yourself counting “twentyfive”, simply return to “one”. In this way, “one” is like coming home to the present moment.

4.40 (5)


Thanks to: Chris Peterson - St. Petersburg - USA. - rec.:Feb 8, 2010 - pub.:Feb 8, 2010
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