Positions in meditation: Siddasana vs Padmasana

Its been a while since I started my advanced yoga practices. I thought I will keep a journal of these practices in my blog. In this post I will talk about positions that I use for my meditation. Initially I was attracted to siddasana. For its charm. It uses heel to press into the perinium. … Continue reading Positions in meditation: Siddasana vs Padmasana

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Detachment is the key

When we were young we used to shake the guava tree so that the ripe guavas would fall down and we would eat them. I also remember a time when someone in my life said: "We should continuously stir the psychology of people.". I asked why then he said "When they are stirred then the … Continue reading Detachment is the key

Buddhas snake has bitten few too many

In the realm of mind there is no middle way. There is only duality . Mind can only generate duality. The duality of me and other. US and THEM. Be aware of those politicians/powerful persons who meditates on a soft white cushion in the morning and who goes to sign a weapons deal in the … Continue reading Buddhas snake has bitten few too many

Mindfulness coloring book : a new age shortcut

I am little skeptical about buying a best selling book. I have been repeatedly disappointed by the best sellers over and over. But I find it interesting to go through the best seller lists and particularly their reviews. In one way the best seller reviews help me understand those books which I would not have read … Continue reading Mindfulness coloring book : a new age shortcut

Rene Descartes vs Eckhart Tolle: What are you?

The world is a stage to observe our attachment and reaction to it. It is a medium where we can take our inward journey to find what we are. The process of finding what we are consists of stripping of those labels which we are not. We are constantly dragged to identify with everything else. … Continue reading Rene Descartes vs Eckhart Tolle: What are you?