Re: How To Meditate
Jan 03, 2007 01:26 PM
But has anyone said that half an hour meditation is enough?
Don't think so.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Konstantin Zaitzev"
> > H.P.B. warns us of the dangers of "sitting for development"
> The anonymous author probably somewhat misunderstood HPB.
> meditation is not without its dangers but the "sitting for
> development" is a spiritualistic term and means particular
> clearly described in the spiritualistic literature and having not
> in common with meditation.
> While almost any meditation is connected with setting the mind
> control, the "sitting for development [of mediumship]" is rather
> letting the body and mind out of control to enable the spirits
> manifest through it.
> In HPB's times it scarcely required any additional explanation,
> some modern theosophists have vague conception about literature
> practice of spiritualism.
> > How can we suppose that half-an-hour of meditation, while
> > spending the remaining hours the way we like, will enable us to
> Some authors say that it's enough, the key is regularity. The too
> meditation for a beginner may overstrain his brain and can cause
> instead of good.
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