Meditation - Wisdom of the East


Meditation - Wisdom of the East

This is an in-depth exploration of Meditation that prepares us for further development. Shared insights are welcomed as we explore and learn how to expand in consciousness.

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A. C. Grayling:


Origins of early shrine at Buddha's birthplace: Click here



The Holy Man. Scene from 'The Razor's Edge' (1946). 5:19 mins

Tyrone Power


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"The Razor's Edge" (1946) (mountain epiphany). 6:39 mins


Carl Jung said, "One who looks outside dreams, one who looks inside awakes." It is not wrong to desire to be awake, to be happy. What is wrong is to look for happiness outside when it can only be found inside.


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"Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds" - Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 inclusive:



Zen: Music for Balance and Relaxation: 1 hr 52 mins


Relaxation Meditation Music - 1 hr 11 mins


Summary and History of World Religions:


More info:





Walter Russell:

"The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe"


Writings by Sri Aurobindo:


Lots of fine quotes here:


Sound is the doorway to the Infinite -

Bashar - Sound & Vibration:



Robert Anton Wilson explains Quantum Physics



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Comment by goldie080 on April 9, 2015 at 2:49am

An hour ago I was viewing a documentary about Jesus In India and that he is buried there - just one more controversial theory, see also:


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Comment by goldie080 on January 31, 2015 at 3:02pm

e-book "In Search Of Shangri-La" by Bernard Jensen

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Comment by goldie080 on January 29, 2015 at 10:52pm

e-book "Beyond the Himalayas" by Murdo MacDonald-Bayne:


Comment by goldie080 on August 3, 2014 at 8:54pm
Comment by goldie080 on June 28, 2014 at 6:53pm

Someone commented on the ten commandments and the concept of "carving graven images" and I felt like explaining it as I see it, thus:

The idea of 'carving graven images' isn't necessarily meant to be taken literally. It is more of a metaphor to explain a deeper truth. 
For instance, think of it this way: The mind of man (intellect) is limited by his response to the created realm, the realm of matter, or the world of cause and effect which we acknowledge via our senses. 
As we enter into higher levels of mind which lead beyond materialism, beyond the realm where time and space do not exist in reality, we experience the sense of Infinity, there is just "Beingness" -- the great "I AM that 'I AM'." 
So, to enter into the higher consciousness state you must not limit yourself by "mind" or its activity; instead you must learn to quieten the mind, as any good Meditation teacher will tell you. Therefore as you open yourself to the higher consciousness you experience the "Presence" as something beyond all mental creations (graven images) of what you think of as God. In other words, 
"Mind be still and know that 'I AM' God."
How do you encapsulate the Universal Consciousness, or God Presence? You don't, although we like to try creating (carving) an image in our mind. But it is just an idea you created in your mind, a graven image, and not the Reality. We don't know WHAT IT IS, we only know THAT IT IS.

Comment by goldie080 on June 15, 2014 at 5:01pm

A person suggests we should only believe what we can see with our eyes, in other words, the evidence of our senses, and all else is delusion. I chose to disagree with that and said:

I think you've got it in reverse. Fact is, the illusion is based on what you experience with your senses - the visible world. And why are your senses the source of your delusions? Because the sense world is transitory, impermanent, changeful from one moment to the next. Whereas the "invisible realm" is constant, universal, unchanging, it simply exists. We don't know 'what' IT IS, we only know THAT IT IS. This goes beyond man's limited senses, beyond the mind of man, into a realm of Universal Consciousness.

Comment by goldie080 on May 28, 2014 at 1:05pm


Ignorance has no principle in itself, just as error has no principle. Mathematics has a principle, but error can have none, for when the error is corrected, it disappears. Therefore, you learn that ignorance and error have no power of their own.

[pg 30, "Divine Healing of Mind and Body" by MacDonald-Bayne]




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