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Post by @spiritfacts ~ There are hundreds, if not thousands of types of meditation. Here are a few commonly practiced types of meditation.⠀
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What type of meditation do you practice? Let me know in the comments!
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My favourite probably would be just simply being present in every moment (or at least most of the time), working out, talking to others or doing whatever you do, if you are present 🎁 you are meditating.🙏🏽
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#meditation #meditate #vipassana #zazen #buddha #mantra #yoga #spiritual #spirituality #chakras #awaken.

Post by @spiritfacts ~ There are hundreds, if not thousands of types of meditation. Here are a few commonly practiced types of meditation.⠀ ⠀ What type of meditation do you practice? Let me know in the comments! . My favourite probably would be just simply being present in every moment (or at least most of the time), working out, talking to others or doing whatever you do, if you are present 🎁 you are meditating.🙏🏽 .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #meditation #meditate #vipassana #zazen #buddha #mantra #yoga #spiritual #spirituality #chakras #awaken ...

There are hundreds, if not thousands of types of meditation. Here are a few commonly practiced types of meditation.⠀
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What type of meditation do you practice? Let me know in the comments!⠀
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#meditation #meditate #vipassana #zazen #buddha #mantra #yoga #spiritual #spirituality #chakras #awaken.

There are hundreds, if not thousands of types of meditation. Here are a few commonly practiced types of meditation.⠀ ⠀ What type of meditation do you practice? Let me know in the comments!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #meditation #meditate #vipassana #zazen #buddha #mantra #yoga #spiritual #spirituality #chakras #awaken ...

When I think of a pure soul, I think of Ramana Maharshi. Last year I was blessed to spend a month at his ashram in the south of India. I spent most of my time at the site where he left his body and took final samadhi. His teachings were simple and crystal clear but not easy for most people to hear. He was the embodiment of non-duality, of the highest truth that all is one. When he said “there are no others” he wasn’t speaking from philosophy, he was speaking from experience. If we say these words as mere philosophy they will have very little impact. If we embody them, no words are even necessary. Here are some stories about the great sage. In the morning at Ramanasramam they always served coffee. One day there were many people there to be in his presence and there wasn’t enough for everyone so only him and the closest devotees were served coffee. He realized this and from that day forward until the end of his life, he never had coffee again... Another story. Ramana would often help out in the kitchen, peeling and chopping vegetables. He said that all of the scraps should always be given to the animals so nothing is wasted. One day he saw that they had thrown the scraps away. He never helped out in the kitchen again. And one more story. One day a westerner brought a tape recorder to capture his teachings. He laid it out in front of Ramana and turned it on. The room fell deathly silent for 30 minutes. Dejected, the devotee asked why he did not speak. His answer was “my teachings are in silence.” No voice recordings exist to this day. I wish to meet a being as pure as Ramana in my lifetime. To get the transmission that mere words could never accomplish. Ramana became enlightened at 16 years old by one simple method and this is the method that he taught for the rest of his life. Ask the question “Who am I?” Through this practice, the ego is dissolved and in the end only the light of consciousness remains. The true nature of the soul is revealed. Then there arises Self-realization. All is one. Jai Ramana. Hari OM..

When I think of a pure soul, I think of Ramana Maharshi. Last year I was blessed to spend a month at his ashram in the south of India. I spent most of my time at the site where he left his body and took final samadhi. His teachings were simple and crystal clear but not easy for most people to hear. He was the embodiment of non-duality, of the highest truth that all is one. When he said “there are no others” he wasn’t speaking from philosophy, he was speaking from experience. If we say these words as mere philosophy they will have very little impact. If we embody them, no words are even necessary. Here are some stories about the great sage. In the morning at Ramanasramam they always served coffee. One day there were many people there to be in his presence and there wasn’t enough for everyone so only him and the closest devotees were served coffee. He realized this and from that day forward until the end of his life, he never had coffee again... Another story. Ramana would often help out in the kitchen, peeling and chopping vegetables. He said that all of the scraps should always be given to the animals so nothing is wasted. One day he saw that they had thrown the scraps away. He never helped out in the kitchen again. And one more story. One day a westerner brought a tape recorder to capture his teachings. He laid it out in front of Ramana and turned it on. The room fell deathly silent for 30 minutes. Dejected, the devotee asked why he did not speak. His answer was “my teachings are in silence.” No voice recordings exist to this day. I wish to meet a being as pure as Ramana in my lifetime. To get the transmission that mere words could never accomplish. Ramana became enlightened at 16 years old by one simple method and this is the method that he taught for the rest of his life. Ask the question “Who am I?” Through this practice, the ego is dissolved and in the end only the light of consciousness remains. The true nature of the soul is revealed. Then there arises Self-realization. All is one. Jai Ramana. Hari OM. ...

Last day of our retreats here in France. Five years back I had my first ever yoga retreat at this place. Remembering how nervous I was. How much I was working before hand - trying to plan ever single detail especially setting a schedule that made sense from the first class to the last one but also in terms of meals, room settings, buying stuff like yoga mats, bolsters, food, beds, books etc etc.

Just realised, since then I have had over 100 retreats all over the world, which means that I got the chance to meet like 2000 people.

Some things has of course changed since that first retreat but when it comes to the overall structure it is actually almost the same. What has changed the most is my role at the retreats, and how I am feeling on the inside when holding space. I am still nervous before each retreat but in a much more grounded way.

One reason for this is, of course, that I have done it so many times. Even though, every group is different I somehow know that the process is working for most people. I know that the first days are vital in terms of gaining trust from the participant. And at the same time that I don’t need to worry too much if some people are showing a bit of resistance in the beginning (actually, I have come to notice that the process usually gets even deeper for these people, if/when they finally let go). However, the main reason for my relaxed feeling is of course my AMAZING team. I have always had some loving superstars around me at the retreats but for each year the team as grown in size and most importantly I have started to trust that other people can do things as good or actually even better than I can. Trust that I don’t need to control every single aspect of this retreat. I love being here but I am not needed anymore. Now the retreat is as beautiful without me. My ego doesn’t like it fully...haha...but for my soul it is such a relieving feeling. This retreat has grown to something way more beautiful than what I could have created myself. THANK YOU @martina_tornvall @nikimariahelena @michael.p.murray @jtagesson @elinohm @foodgeekzsisters @hesamgh @thisisvalence for this year but also everyone else who has shared your magic here. ❤️.

Last day of our retreats here in France. Five years back I had my first ever yoga retreat at this place. Remembering how nervous I was. How much I was working before hand - trying to plan ever single detail especially setting a schedule that made sense from the first class to the last one but also in terms of meals, room settings, buying stuff like yoga mats, bolsters, food, beds, books etc etc. Just realised, since then I have had over 100 retreats all over the world, which means that I got the chance to meet like 2000 people. Some things has of course changed since that first retreat but when it comes to the overall structure it is actually almost the same. What has changed the most is my role at the retreats, and how I am feeling on the inside when holding space. I am still nervous before each retreat but in a much more grounded way. One reason for this is, of course, that I have done it so many times. Even though, every group is different I somehow know that the process is working for most people. I know that the first days are vital in terms of gaining trust from the participant. And at the same time that I don’t need to worry too much if some people are showing a bit of resistance in the beginning (actually, I have come to notice that the process usually gets even deeper for these people, if/when they finally let go). However, the main reason for my relaxed feeling is of course my AMAZING team. I have always had some loving superstars around me at the retreats but for each year the team as grown in size and most importantly I have started to trust that other people can do things as good or actually even better than I can. Trust that I don’t need to control every single aspect of this retreat. I love being here but I am not needed anymore. Now the retreat is as beautiful without me. My ego doesn’t like it fully...haha...but for my soul it is such a relieving feeling. This retreat has grown to something way more beautiful than what I could have created myself. THANK YOU @martina_tornvall @nikimariahelena @michael.p.murray @jtagesson @elinohm @foodgeekzsisters @hesamgh @thisisvalence for this year but also everyone else who has shared your magic here. ❤️ ...

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⚕ ・・・ "Couldn't help but notice how much this X-ray Cross-Section of a Human Pelvis resembles a Snake, and considering Kundalini Awakening is so commonly described as a Serpent-like energy that rises from the tailbone and up through spine / brain, I just thought it was quite an interesting comparison, what do you think? Thanks for the X-ray @pchradiology. ・・・ Check out @our_scientific_spiritual_world on YouTube to watch their new YouTube presentation "Our Scientific, Spiritual World-Part 5" for much more in relation if interested. ➡️ https://youtu.be/s7w9LCr5yU8 ・・・ #indigochild #indigochildren #starseed #starseeds #lightworker #lightworkers #lawofone #dna #pinealgland #thirdeye #ascension #higherconsciousness #higherself #selfawareness #quantumphysics #merkaba #sacredgeometry #karma #enlightenment #enlightened #awaken #woke #spirituality #spiritualawakening #synchronicity #vipassana #kundalini #kundaliniawakening ・・・ repost @our_scientific_spiritual_world ・・・ ...

Is it ok to just meet me? Sometimes, I got this calling inside, screaming time to be alone. Time to shut everything off. Time to just meet Josefine.

But often I feel that the world doesn't allow me. I feel that I need to fight very hard to get my silence. To get my space. To get my meditation. I feel guilty not being there for the people around during my hours of silence. However, I have noticed that this guilt feeling most of the time is just inside my head, which means that I actually don’t need to convince anyone in my surroundings of the importance for me to be alone. They know. I just need to be better to acknowledge this feeling inside. Because, if I do that straight away I mostly just need a few hours for myself (if I ignore it for too long, usually I escape to a ten days Vipassana retreat). Today a long walk in the woods actually gave me just enough. Now, I am so ready to play with my loving yoga family again. ❤️
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Is it ok to just meet me? Sometimes, I got this calling inside, screaming time to be alone. Time to shut everything off. Time to just meet Josefine. But often I feel that the world doesn't allow me. I feel that I need to fight very hard to get my silence. To get my space. To get my meditation. I feel guilty not being there for the people around during my hours of silence. However, I have noticed that this guilt feeling most of the time is just inside my head, which means that I actually don’t need to convince anyone in my surroundings of the importance for me to be alone. They know. I just need to be better to acknowledge this feeling inside. Because, if I do that straight away I mostly just need a few hours for myself (if I ignore it for too long, usually I escape to a ten days Vipassana retreat). Today a long walk in the woods actually gave me just enough. Now, I am so ready to play with my loving yoga family again. ❤️ - - - Photo @thisisvalence ✨ ...

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I have an exhibition up for the next two weeks at Barrel 135 in Williamsport. Stop in and see the show.And tonight's the perfect night for a Martini... Martini Happy Hour from 10-12 midnight. #jeremiahjohnsonart #jeremiahjohnson #themeaningoflife #visionaryart #visions #ayahuasca #painting #vipassana #meditation #love #martinis #beyond #artwork #artcollectors.

I have an exhibition up for the next two weeks at Barrel 135 in Williamsport. Stop in and see the show.And tonight's the perfect night for a Martini... Martini Happy Hour from 10-12 midnight. #jeremiahjohnsonart #jeremiahjohnson #themeaningoflife #visionaryart #visions #ayahuasca #painting #vipassana #meditation #love #martinis #beyond #artwork #artcollectors ...

Heading into a 7-day silent meditation retreat, with no access to phone or email. Send me blessings for a peaceful deep dive and I’ll see you on the flip side! .
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#mylipsaresealed #vipassana #silentmeditation #silentmeditationretreat #bigbear.

Heading into a 7-day silent meditation retreat, with no access to phone or email. Send me blessings for a peaceful deep dive and I’ll see you on the flip side! . . . #mylipsaresealed #vipassana #silentmeditation #silentmeditationretreat #bigbear ...

Tim can’t escape from Mabel .
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We first met in a HOG hostel of Varanasi, India ( Nov, 2018). We were in the same temple tour group, but we didn’t exchange contacts. 🧘🏻‍♂️🧘🏻‍♀️ After 8months , we met again in a meditation camp in Hong Kong. #houseofgypsy #varanasi #dhamma #vipassana #untilwemeetagain #hkig #hkyoga #yogahk.

Tim can’t escape from Mabel . 🇩🇪🇮🇳🇭🇰 We first met in a HOG hostel of Varanasi, India ( Nov, 2018). We were in the same temple tour group, but we didn’t exchange contacts. 🧘🏻‍♂️🧘🏻‍♀️ After 8months , we met again in a meditation camp in Hong Kong. #houseofgypsy #varanasi #dhamma #vipassana #untilwemeetagain #hkig #hkyoga #yogahk ...