Learning to exist in reality, with the help of a very perfect boy.
Learning to live with my problems.
Reblogged from purplebuddhaproject
Meditation on Your Third Eye
This meditation is used to unite your attention with your attentional principle. This technique is called Purusa Dhyan meditation.
In this meditation technique, you will learn how to focus on your attentional principle and open this third eye within you.
Practice of Purusa Dhyan Meditation
Sit upright in a chair, or in a comfortable cross-legged posture on a sofa or on a cushion on the floor. Close your eyes, and focus your attention at the point between your eyebrows. Place your attention on the following points for three to five minutes each, monitor your experience at each level, then shift your focus of attention to the next level:
Sense of sitting in the present time
Awareness of sensations arising from the environment in the present time
Awareness of sensations arising in the body in the present time
Awareness of emotions arising in the present time
Awareness of thoughts arising in the present time
Awareness of I AM statements arising in the present time, with associated thoughts, feelings, and memories
Awareness of memories and impressions bubbling up from the Subconscious
Awareness of the present time being recorded in memory
Focus your attention in turn on each chakra of the Subconscious mind in the spinal tube
base of spine
behind the navel
behind the solar plexus
behind the heart,
at the place where the neck meets the shoulders
at the base of the skull
at the point where the nose meets the forehead
Move behind the point between the eyebrows towards the top of your head. You will encounter a presence behind this center that silently observes. Focus more intently on this presence. You will begin to see light emanating from this presence.
Affirm quietly, “the self, the size of a thumb, is seated behind the two eyes. It is self-effulgent light. It is consciousness itself. I am this consciousness.”
This is the attentional principle. This is your third eye, which allows you to see within when your two eyes are closed.
Remain in this state for as long as you wish. Then, when you are ready to return, retrace your steps through each focal point until you are fully grounded in your normal waking awareness.
Practice this meditation until you can go at will to each focal point and unite with the attentional principle easily.
Reblogged from daisy---darling
It’s a cute little thing though.
Sometimes it is hard to remember that owls are incredibly dangerous predators seen by cultures throughout the world as ill omens. Especially when they look like toasted marshmallows.
My boss once described them as flying pillows filled with seething hatred.
Further confirming that owls are the avian equivalent of cats.
I love your boss.