9 Secrets of Successful Meditation: The Ultimate Key to by Samprasad Vinod

By Samprasad Vinod

In simple terms those that take pleasure in meditation will do it usually and adventure its many life-enhancing merits, from an elevated experience of internal calm to a sense of deep pleasure in way of life. during this publication, skilled yoga and meditation instructor Dr Samprasad Vinod makes use of his "9 secrets" method of consultant either newbies and current meditation practitioners alike in how you can particularly embody and get the main from a gentle perform. Coming from a wealthy non secular history (Dr Vinod's father used to be a revered non secular grasp who travelled across the world as an international Peace Ambassador), Dr Vinod has created during this publication a piece that blends conventional Indian knowledge together with his glossy medical wisdom as a Doctor.

This identify is a crucial contribution to the sector of meditation that gets rid of many distortions and misconceptions in regards to the realities of the perform. It is helping readers to appreciate difficulties that they could come across alongside the way in which and gives reassuring suggestions for them to aim. an excellent mix of religious and sensible knowledge.

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Je fais cette mise au point parce qu’elle est nécessaire pour vivre consciemment. Quand vous êtes trop fatigués intellectuellement pour mettre sur pied des bilans d’entreprise, les amours de Sheila ou de Stéphanie de Monaco peuvent constituer un repos pour votre cerveau. D’accord, mais distrayez-vous consciemment. Dévorer des commentaires sur la paternité d’Yves Montand ou sur le mariage de Christophe Lambert, aussi sympathiques soient-ils tous les deux, représente une perte de temps mais pas plus grossière que lire des articles prétendument « de fond » concernant Barre ou Chirac, dont vous n’êtes pas qualifiés pour apprécier la valeur et qui ne vous font en rien progresser vers la recherche du Soi.

On s’était arrangé pour qu’il ne voie jamais la vieillesse ni la mort, mais seulement la jeunesse et la santé. Sortant pour la première fois de l’enceinte du palais royal, il croise un vieillard décrépit : « Qu’est-ce que c’est? Et tout être deviendra un vieillard? » A sa deuxième sortie, il rencontre un malade, jaune, maigre, grelottant : « Tout être humain est susceptible de devenir ma- lade? Moi aussi, je pourrais être dans cet état-là? » Ensuite le Bouddha voit un cadavre : « Qu’estce que cet homme qui ne respire même pas?

Que représente la satisfaction de ces désirs? Quelle joie pouvez-vous trouver dans un monde de condamnés à mort? Tous ceux sur lesquels votre regard se pose, sans exception, sont nés pour mourir et dans cent ans il n’en restera plus rien. Pourquoi vouloir – quoi que ce soit –, se battre, entrer en concurrence? Mais pour quoi? Mais regardez! Vous connaissez l’histoire du Bouddha. Il avait été comblé dans sa jeunesse comme fils bienaimé d’un roi. On s’était arrangé pour qu’il ne voie jamais la vieillesse ni la mort, mais seulement la jeunesse et la santé.

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