Keep quiet. Don’t think. Don’t move. Papaji
Keep quiet, decide to not talk for some time.
Don’t think, simply decide to calm down and still all thoughts. It’ll happen.
Don’t move, keep your body entirely still as well. Breathe naturally.
With a relaxed determination this simple practice is all you need.
We are here to find that dimension within ourselves that is deeper than thought. – Eckhart Tolle
We are not our thoughts. Then what are we? We’re deeper than our thoughts. We’re not our minds either. We’re deeper than that. We’re that which is conscious of what’s going on. We’re that to which objects and events appear.
Happiness is your nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside. – Ramana Maharshi
We feel happy on the inside even when something external delights us. The generation and source of happiness lies inside, inward…
Today I AM looking within and I AM ready for bliss!
Recommendation: Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda by Swami Vivekananda
Be aware of the experience of being aware. – Rupert Spira
True meditation is simply becoming aware of us being aware. When the mind wanders, simply ask, ‘Am I aware?”, this should place us back into the ‘I AM’. Dwell in that…
Today I AM. Now, I AM.
Recommendation: The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Meditation brings wisdom; lack of meditation leaves ignorance. – Lord Buddha
The way forward is via peace and meditation greatly enhances the practice of peace and surrender. Let’s choose peace in any situation…
Today I AM becoming still and experiencing peace…
Recommendation: An Introduction to Zen Buddhism
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Like the undeveloped mind, the metaphorical monkey is always in motion, jumping from one attempt at self-satisfaction to another, from one thought to another. – Mark Epstein
the monkey mind
In this article by Bakadesuyo we get more info on how to control our monkey mind. We must first recognize its nature. That it wants to continuously jump from one satisfying thought to another. What can we do about that? The classic technique, easy to understand but hard to actually do, is to stay our mind on our breath.
Today I AM focused on my breath. I AM inhaling, then exhaling, I AM Here, Now…
Recommendation: An Introduction to Zen Buddhism by D.T. Suzuki
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