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Medittion and awareness

Close your eyes and be aware of yourself, be aware of the objects that appear in your consciousness .... Through the awakening of the Observer of our mind we discover that in our consciousness is a hidden space of always present light openness and awareness. It is a meditative awareness. Classical yogic texts call it the fourth state of consciousness or samadhi or kensho in Zen.

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Metta Bhavana - Loving Kindness

"May all beings be happy and without suffering, may they all be well on this Earth, and may they live in peace and harmony, supporting Mother Earth, who loves and accepts them fully."

Metta Bhavana practice is attributed to the Buddha and is one of the very important practices in widening one's consciousness...

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Why meditation?

"A monk decides to meditate alone. Away from his monastery, he takes a boat and goes to the middle of the lake, closes his eyes, and begins to meditate. After a few hours of unperturbed silence, he suddenly feels the blow of another boat hitting his. With his eyes still closed, he feels his anger rising, and, when he opens his eyes, he is ready to shout at the boatman who dared to disturb his meditation. But when he opened his eyes, saw that it was an empty boat, not tied up, floating in the middle of the lake ... At that moment, the monk achieves self-realization and understands that anger is within him; it simply needs to hit an external object to provoke it. After that, whenever he meets someone who irritates or provokes his anger, he remembers; the other person is just an empty boat. Anger is inside me. " Thich Nhat Hanh 

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“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.” —Buddha

“Man can alter his life by altering his thinking.” —William James

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