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Insights From Advanced Zen Meditation Practice – The Fact of Greed

The meditation technique, if it can be called that, which I practice is really one that is not part of any traditional school of meditation.  If I had to categorize it, I would say it is Advanced Insight Meditation or Advanced Zen Meditation.  It has its roots in Jyana Yoga, Advaita Vedanta and can almost be considered a continuation of the work of Jiddu Krishnamurti.  I call it the Silent Mind Meditation Technique and it evolved for me over time as I immersed myself deeper into the art of meditation.  It is not a meditation technique from any particular book or school.  If you are interested in the intellectual path (Jyana Yoga) to enlightenment, then of all the articles on this website the one you should read is: The Silent Mind Meditation Program – The Silent Mind Meditations – Ch 12.

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Meditation Techniques, Types and Practice – A Comprehensive Guide

Best Meditation Techniques, Types & Practice

Guide to Meditation Practice & Types of Meditation

There are as many types of meditation techniques as there are wonderful flavors of ice cream.  This allows each person to find a flavor that is delicious to them.  This article is the combined result of the 3 part series “Comprehensive Guide to the World of Meditation Practice”.  I created this one article out of those three to provide a single document which one can refer to for an introduction to all the important meditation techniques and types available.  This article provides this overview of all the significant meditation techniques and hopefully this will help you find the style that is sweetest to you.

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Comprehensive Guide to the World of Meditation Practice – Part 2

In part 1 of this series we dove into 2 wonderful flavors of meditation, Insight Meditation Techniques, which use the active power of intelligence and Mantra-Thought-Intention type meditations which use the vibratory power of sound and thoughts to tune into the individual and Universal Electromagnetic field to produce desired results.  In part 2 we will explore the popular category of Concentration and Visualization Meditation Techniques.

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Comprehensive Guide to the World of Meditation Practice – Part 1

There are as many types of meditation techniques as there are wonderful flavors of ice cream.  This allow each person to find a flavor that is delicious to them.  In this article series I will provide an overview of many of the different meditation techniques that exist and hopefully this will help you find the style that is sweetest to you.

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My Time at an Osho Retreat When My Body Disappeared

Osho Retreat Experiences:

There is a wonderful Osho (Bagwan Shree Rajneesh) retreat that takes place here in upstate New York, it is one that I have, unfortunately, only been able to attend once, but what an experience that was!  I am not a “sannyas”, meaning someone who has formally joined his organization, but I do find his books very inspiring and insightful.  In fact one of the first books I read was “The Alpha and the Omega”, which really propelled me onto this path of meditation and yoga.  After that I discovered Jiddu Krishnamurti’s “Network of Thought” and then there was no turning back — I had reached terminal velocity and was well past the point of no return.

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How Much Time Should You Practice Meditation For Daily?

There is a famous story of a Kundalini Yoga Master who was desperate to increase the amount of time he spent doing his daily meditation practice.  The story says that the Yogi nailed his pony tail to the wall so that when he would start to dose off he would be rudely awakened by his contraption, and that this technique allowed him to successfully meditate for 22 hours daily.  Are you ready for that :-)?  Luckily, 22 hours of daily meditation is not a prerequisite for spiritual growth or enlightenment, but the point of the story is that the ask is not cheap either.  So how long should one meditate for daily?

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SM Meditation Program: Urgency: Chapter 11

Chapter 11 

Silent Mind Meditation Program: Urgency 

Abiding passion is going to give your practice the longevity it needs, while urgency is going to give it the intensity it requires to meet the challenge of the thinking mind.  Urgency will serve two main purposes. 

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