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... only after going beyond the level of being able to meditate in deep sleep ... Only after being able to meditate on a gong'an continuously, without interruption, throughout the waking state, then the dreaming state, and finally in deep sleep, one reaches the state where enlightenment can ... Hanja 動靜一如) the state where the practitioner can meditate on a gong'an continuously throughout the day without interruption, even through talking and ...
... That's the way I meditate ... A lot of people will look at a crack on the wall and meditate, or count sheep or angels or money or something, and it's a proven fact that it'll help them relax ... I don't meditate on any of that stuff ...
... and explained by Edward Conze “ "What do you think Subhuti? Can someone meditate on the Tathagata by means of the thirty-two marks? Subhuti said, "Yes, World-H ... We should use the thirty-two marks to meditate on the Tataghata." The Buddha said, "If you say that you can use the thirty-two marks to see the Tathagata ... One should not use the thirty-two marks to meditate on the Tathagata." ” from The Diamond That Cuts Through Illusion, commentaries on the Prajñaparamita ...
... whole duty on our journey to thy sacred seat." Sivanath Sastri (Brahmo Samaj) 1911 "We meditate on the worshipable power and glory of Him who has created ... the universe), and who directs our understanding." Swami Vivekananda 1915 "We meditate on the glory of that Being who has produced this universe may He enlighten our minds." S ... Radhakrishnan 1947, 1953 "We meditate on the effulgent glory of the divine Light may he inspire our understanding." "We meditate on the adorable glory of the radiant sun ...
... Ashtpadi 1 Meditate, meditate, by meditation peace is found ... Meditate and Praise the One who pervades the whole Universe ...
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“I will meditate the while upon some horrid message for a challenge.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“To be seventy years old is like climbing the Alps. You reach a snow-crowned summit, and see behind you the deep valley stretching miles and miles away, and before you other summits higher and whiter, which you may have strength to climb, or may not. Then you sit down and meditate and wonder which it will be.”
—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (18071882)
“Alas! What boots it with uncessant care
To tend the homely slighted shepherds trade,
And strictly meditate the thankless Muse?
Were it not better done as others use,
To sport with Amaryllis in the shade,
Hid in the tangles of Neaeras hair?”
—John Milton (16081674)