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Osho Meditation ~ Using Imagination

First thing in the morning, imagine yourself tremendously happy. Get out of bed in a very happy mood – radiant, bubbling, expectant – as if something perfect, of infinite value, is going to happen today. Get out of the bed in a very positive and hopeful mood, with the feeling that this day is not…

Quick Meditation ~ Throwing Things Out

Throwing Things Out
Whenever you feel that the mind is not tranquil- tense, worried, Chattering, Anxious, Constantly dreaming –

Do one thing, first exhale deeply.

Quick Meditation ~ Gibberish

Duration: 20- 31 minutes

Step 1: Close your eyes and allow any nonsense sound. Then allow it to take any route it likes – you are not to do it. One sound will lead to another by Association. Sometimes it will stop because you are breathing; there will be gaps. So do it without any Hurry.

Quick Meditation ~ Blankness

In a state of sincerity, Try to reverse think about all the thoughts that you have had in the past half hour. Keep going backwards until you reach a state of blankness, Stay with it and repeat it – The Blank state will keep becoming longer.

Quick Meditation ~ Observe

Lift your Hand calmly. Now observe the Hand. And try to reach the ultimate observer who is observing everything.

Quick Meditation ~ Who am I?

Ask yourself in a state of relaxation and sincerity, Am I the Body? Am I the Thoughts/Emotions/Feelings? Am I the Brain? Who Am I?

Quick Meditation ~ Ultimate Observer

Whenever you remember, try asking yourself – Who is noticing that? who is noticing that? Try to reach the ultimate observer of whatsoevers happening.


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Ramana Maharshi

Be As You Are: The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi

Arranging thoughts in the order of value, the `I’-thought is the all-important thought. Personality-idea or thought is also the root or the stem of all other thoughts, since each idea or thought arises only as someone’s thought and is not known to exist independently of the ego. The ego therefore exhibits thought activity.

The second and the third persons [he, you, that, etc.] do not appear except to the first person [I]. Therefore they arise only after the first person appears, so all the three persons seem to rise and sink together.

Trace, then, the ultimate cause of `I’ or personality. From where does this `I’ arise? Seek for it within; it then vanishes. This is the pursuit of wisdom. When the mind unceasingly investigates its own nature, it transpires that there is no such thing as mind. This is the direct path for all. The mind is merely thoughts. Of all thoughts the thought `I’ is the root. Therefore the mind is only the thought `I’. The birth of the `I’-thought is one’s own birth, its death is the person’s death. After the `I’-thought has arisen, the wrong identity with the body arises. Get rid of the `I’-thought. So long as `I’ is alive there is grief. When `I’ ceases to exist there is no grief.


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Alan Watts ~ A Man of Zen

The LA Times wrote the following about him: “Perhaps the foremost interpreter of Eastern disciplines for the contemporary West, Alan Watts had the rare gift of writing beautifully the un-writable. Watts began with scholarship and intellect and proceeded with art and eloquence to the frontiers of the spirit. A fascinating entry into the deepest ways of knowing.

Babuji of Shahjahanpur ~ The Man and his Teachings

Before he took his last breath, Babuji continued to practice the lessons received from his guru. He also invented Sahaj Marg, which is a living practice that he transferred to his disciples. It is a style of life that everyone should follow to be a better human. It can be said that it is a divine form of life that is full of calmness and natural beauty.

U.G. Krishnamurti ~ Live Life in the Present

U. G. Krishnamurti, has been a constant influence for a better life. He always claimed to be in a “natural state”. and believed in the presence of psychology along with a presence of biological factors. He believed in the reality of life. His teachings always had a message that helps a person to lead a better life. Find the reason for life and their lifestyle. He never claimed his teachings to be unique, but his way of commutation was unique.

Jeff Brown ~ A Grounded Spiritualist

Jeff Brown also teaches other courses like The Abandonment Wound and The Healing Course. Another course named, The Writing Your Way Home Course in which helps men and women explore their call to write. The Poetry Healing Course helps us to write from our heart and soul.

Jiddu Krishnamurti ~ The Man and His Teachings

He always spoke about the importance of understanding yourself. As a mirror reflects your image, you should also realize who are you. To be in that state of mind, you should be a reasonable observer. Only if you can analyze well, then you can understand yourself. To become a good analyst, you should be a reasonable observer.

Adyashanti ~ The Proponent of Primordial Awareness

“People believe that a spiritual teacher must provide answers to life’s bigger questions. Yet, the opposite is true. The main task of any good spiritual teacher is not to give answers to your questions. It is to question your answers. This is because of conscious and unconscious assumptions which are beliefs that tend to distort one’s perception. This leads one to separation and division where there is only unity and completion ” ~ Adyashanti

Mooji ~ The Man and His Teachings

Mooji’s teachings are spiritual food that is neither esoteric nor hard to understand. Meeting attendees come one after the other in front of a large crowd and put personal questions to Mooji, which he answers.

Mooji’s Satsangs are also described as being “a five-hour spiritual question and answer session”. In such sessions, devotees can ask questions related to spiritual contentment.

Papaji ~ Be as you Are

Papaji taught through silence. His teaching laid bare the fact that words can only lead an individual to the ultimate truth, but they never are the ultimate truth. Intellectual understanding without realizing the truth through one’s own efforts is not enough. Like his Guru Ramana, he also taught that teaching through silence was more effective than teaching through words.

Nisargadatta Maharaj ~ I am That

Following his guru’s instructions to concentrate on the feeling “I am”, Nisargadatta used all his spare time looking at himself in silence and maintaining that state for the coming years.

Jean Klein ~ The man and his teachings

“I was waiting for one afternoon for a train. The platform was deserted and the landscape sleepy. It was silent. The train was late, and I was very relaxed and free of all thinking. Suddenly a cock crowed and its unusual sound made me aware of my silence.

It was not the objective silence I was aware of, as often happens when an individual is in a quiet location and a sudden sound from somewhere throws into relief the silence around. I was ejected into my own silence. Subsequently, this feeling came to me several times”


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Siddhartha ~ By Hermann Hesse

“But be warned, oh seeker of knowledge, of the thicket of opinions and of arguing about words. There is nothing to opinions, they may be beautiful or ugly, smart or foolish, everyone can support them or discard them. But the teachings, you’ve heard from me, are no opinion, and their goal is not to explain the world to those who seek knowledge. They have a different goal; their goal is salvation from suffering. This is what Gotama teaches, nothing else.”

The Diamond in Your Pocket ~ By Gangaji

Gangaji grants everyone an easy, captivating message: “stop all movement of your mind away from the truth so that you can discover directly, for yourself, this jewel that is alive within you”. “In a little instant”, “and without a single asana!”, “any of us can wake up to who we truly are. Gangaji challenges us to just stop. Stop searching, stop thinking, be still, just be”, “go deeper into the silence of our own hearts and be still in that pure presence. Euphoria.”

Be Here Now ~ By Ram Dass

Get in the habit of remaining silent for a few hours a day. This is most easily done when one is at home or around people who understand what you are trying to do. (In India if you are silent everyone immediately says, “Ah, Mourn/’ and honors you.

In the West, people either interpret silence as a sign of your hostility towards them or as a physical illness about which they feel pity. Either of these reactions makes your work more difficult.) At first, you may want to remain by yourself during these few hours.

Later you will be able to be around people comfortably without having to speak.


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I am That

nisaragadatta maharaj

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