Moksha is reached upon the dissolution of the ego through experiences which remove its filter and limitation from the consciousness stream. This is achieved through the removal of ignorance from the consciousness, allowing love, compassion, patience, and insight to enter into the consciousness. The removal of ignorance from the soul involves moral perfection which reflects the true emotion and intent of the true absolute Self, as well as the perfection of the discipline and insight required to observe the reality of the present moment as well as the interconnectedness of all phenomena and consciousness within it. After the dissolution of the body in which the soul is incarnated during Awakening and Moksha, the consciousness is fully released back to the experience of the true Self which is “Nirvana”. “Nirvana” is absolute silence, equanimity, and peace. Within Nirvana, form and vibration arise, as it does so within the potential of the absolute silence, but there is no illusory identification with the form, and thus no formation of ego, so peace and equanimity is maintained and suffering is not experienced, unlike the cycles of reincarnation of consciousness or souls within manifestation, which is referred to in Sanskrit as “Samsara”. One may even say that in reality, what may be called “God”, is, “the ultimate silence from which, and within, all vibration manifests form, and thus experience”. This stillness is in reality, awareness or consciousness itself, as anything

Christianity vs Hinduism

This is a video of some of my thoughts about the two religions I know the most about, to find God, if there is one. I encourage you to comment and tell me what you think. thanks for watching. The song used in this film called, Crystal Lakes, was downloaded for free online. From the artist Gribal.

What is Meditation?

Visit www.MindLaws.com Meditation is a common word thrown around in new age circles, but what exactly is it? There may be so-called “various forms” of meditation, but do they have a common end? The end which is the end of duality, or the sense of separation? Jiddu Krishnamurti and Dr. Allan W. Anderson are having a discussion to find out what meditation is. This is an excerpt from their 18 hour discussion for PBS in 1974. If you would like to watch the entire series (which I recommend) visit http

Guided Meditation with Adyashanti

A guided meditation with spiritual teacher Adyashanti. The art of allowing everything to be as it is. “Real meditation is not about mastering a technique; it’s about letting go of control.” “The biggest barrier to awakening is the belief that it is something rare.” “Enlightenment is, in the end, nothing more than the natural state of being.” “When we sit without a demand on this moment, without waiting for the next moment, without waiting to get it — whatever “it” is — when we are not waiting to get enlightened or to get love, peace, or a quiet mind, and when we stop demanding anything from ourselves — then the sacred opens up simply because there is no demand being made upon it. True sacred relationship with this moment flowers when we are not asking it to be other than it is. Then the beauty blossoms. But if we ask the smallest thing of this moment, then we start to miss the beauty. Our asking distorts what we are able to see and experience in ourselves. The mind thinks that to be free, to be liberated or enlightened means to be wiped clean of all unpleasant experiences, but that’s not the way it is. The Divine wouldn’t dare defile itself by removing something. That would be like cutting off your arm. But to experience these same emotions or experiences as the mystery, as God, and as the mystery of yourself, is to totally transform them.” ~ Quotes by Adyashanti There is silence when willing ceases. This is meditation. The seeker ceases. This is meditation. ~ Namgyal

Meditation - Universal Antidote

The mind can change the functions of the body. Dr. Herbert Benson (en.wikipedia.org from Harvard Medical School conducts an experiment with monk heating up their body temperature during meditation.

A Meditation “How To” - When Bad thoughts Arise

How to Meditate — www.noahhammond.com Today, I am going to give you a little meditation advice. We are going to talk about what you do in meditation when bad thoughts arise or when negativity arises. How to Meditate — Release Negative Thoughts It’s really quick and simple advice, but it’s a very common question because you will be sitting there in a blissful state and all of a sudden you’ll get these HORRIBLE thoughts! “I want to murder my boss.” or “I hate my parents.” or “I want to go beat somebody up.” Something awful, or maybe WAY more awful than that… What I want you to know is that these thoughts are actually a good thing. People get REALLY frustrated “Oh, I have reached this peaceful state for 20 straight minutes and then I think about murdering someone. What’s up with that?” They think that they are not making progress. But it is actually the OPPOSITE. When these thoughts come up during meditation, it is those thoughts coming to the surface to be released. It’s old karmas. It might be from this life. It might be from a past life. Whatever it is, it’s coming to the surface so it can be RELEASED. So, if you ever meditated before or if you plan on meditating, trust that these thoughts will come. When these thoughts come up and you have them — and everybody will - do not make yourself wrong from them. Understand that you are actually progressing exactly as you should be. It is a really quick advice. If you would like to learn more about the type of meditation I

Pema Chodron - Working with Shenpa (Getting Hooked) in Meditation

www.pemachodrontapes.com. Working with shenpa (getting hooked) in meditation practice, and relaxing with positive groundlessness. From Choosing a Fresh Alternative — Talk 5: Bringing Together Practice with the Teachings. Rhinebeck, NY 2004. Item A109, from Pema Chodron’s archivists, Great Path Tapes and Books. gptapes@aol.com


Four men meditating. For more information: www.aukeherrema.nl