Tag Archives: meditation

The mind and “I”

Question: “What is the difference between “the mind” and “I”? You can find a lot of definitions of “mind” in spiritual literature, ranging from all-positive to an “evil one”. But, really, if we look at the mind – that thing that processes everything in our head – is only a tool, it is like a […]

Meditation and inquiry – two wings of self-realisation

People come to the realisation of their true nature by many different ways, there is no one single “right” way or method, because what we call Absolute, God, Buddha Nature, our true nature, the Being, etc.- is unlimited, it includes the whole spectrum of form manifestations, and can realise itself through any form or method […]

26 years of meditation: Beginning

It has been 26 years since I’ve started meditating at the age of 19. What an incredible journey it was! I practiced several different types of meditation, both on my own and in monasteries under a teacher’s guidance. In these several blogs, I would like to share my experiences, the problems I encountered, the solutions, […]

Seeing through “me” stories

When we start to examine all the stories in our head and see their illusory nature, we lose interest in them. Indeed, we are only motivated in repeating the same thing all over again if we believe it is true or if there is some emotional feedback to it. When thoughts are seen for what […]