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is for anyone who wants something longer and something deeper in their meditative practice. At the Velosimed Center, we combine various meditative approaches and techniques, basically coming from the Rinzaj Zen School ....

Meditation workshop

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Journy as a goal

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In true meditation there is no goal no destination, nowhere we should go or be, nothing we should or want to achieve... there is only one-pointed awareness, there is only meditation... But with our goal-oriented Western mind this might be difficult at first.

To prepare ourselves for meditation, we might set our goal on the journey itself. The simplest way to illustrate “journey as a goal” is with a circle. The perimeter of the circle should represent our life path. We are currently at some point around this perimeter. Looking back, we probably feel that we have walked quite a bit, that we are wiser, that we understand life and its essence better ... If we are aware that this is just one of the stations, just one of the points and we do not identify with it, new knowledge does not become sacred truth to us and we do not fanatically defend it as the only possible truth, our life is full. We know that we are at a different point at any given moment, that no point on the perimeter of a circle is better than the other, after all, every end is also a beginning.

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In Buddhism, the word Dukkha, often translated as suffering or dissatisfaction, actually means a wheel that refuses to turn, a wheel that is stuck in a certain position and refuses to move forward. Such is the ordinary Ego - full of himself, he does not want change and that is why he is very afraid, he is insecure, angry ...

What Buddhism strives for is Sukha, that is, that the wheel - simply - turns, spins. That consciousness is liberated, that we make our own choices and are responsible for that choice. If I suffer, then I only suffer, there is no lamentation here, I do not add anything to suffering. If I grieve, I can really go into mourning with open, benign, mind of lowing kindness toward self and others, and thus become more open, sensitive, vulnerable, if we rejoice fully with all our heart, without limitations ... Or that simply - we are.

Exploring meditative consciousness at the Velosimed Center offers you exploration to eternal questions and searches, in the process, you will find the truth in your own way, the truth that suits your life - no one will impose their view or way on you. In this process, you will meet yourself again and from the process, you will come infinitely more alive and able to admire and respect all living things and also yourself.

About meditation

Meditation practices

At the Velosimed Center, we teach various techniques that allow us to train the individual elements of awareness that are necessary for meditative awareness and consciousness. In addition, we delve into different types of meditation: mindfulness, metta Bhavana, tong len, zazen, which contain different meditative aspects.

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Voice Dialog

My teacher Patriarch Genpo Roshi came through a Western psychotherapeutic method called Voice Dialog (developed by Dr. Hall and Dr. Sidra Stone), through the ideas of Carl G. Jung, Fritz Pearls, and of course through the Zen tradition to a process called Big Heart, Big Mind.

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Spirituality as escape from reality !?

Many spiritual systems define the goal of spiritual search as dissolving personal boundaries and merging with the Spirit / God and simultaneously denying all that is earthly, renouncing all material goods, despising and suppressing "flesh" ...

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Positive effects of meditation on body and mind

{{modality}} our meditators report on:

  • greater inner peace
  • greater ability to "be in the moment"
  • less stress
  • less neuroticism
  • a better understanding of oneself
  • easier acceptance and compassion for loved ones as well as other people in general
  • easier coping with life's trials
  • deep awareness and feeling of self
  • a deep respect for all life
  • awareness of the beauty of life

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