My Experience of Meditating Twelve Hours a Day

I’m writing this piece from the very same temple where I’m doing twelve hours of meditation a day. Today is a Buddha day, and the nun responsible for foreign laypeople allowed me to take it easy on this day. Thus, this is my second post I’m writing today, as I have a little more time.

Meditating twelve hours a day is stressful. Most people could not do it. In fact, from the group of foreigners that started with me, I’m the only one remaining that does proper meditation.

The reason it’s very hard toRead more…

Obvious NWO Conditioning That Few See

As I was doing walking meditation after sungazing in a monastery temple, I stopped when I reached its door to turn around and do another round of walking. But before turning, my sight was caught by an exquisite carving on the temple door.

The wood carving depicted a scene from the life of Buddha. It was so well done that it looked like a frozen real-life event. What caught my attention in the scene were the kneeling people around Buddha who sat under the Bodhi tree. Then my mind straight away recalled a similar scene depiction of figurines of men kneeling before the Buddha statue at the other end of the temple.

This made me think about how many timesRead more…

How to Experience Higher Realms Through Meditation

Staying in the forest Buddhist monastery is not only pleasant due to beautiful surroundings, but also because I get to listen to the lectures of genuine monks as well as read interesting books on Buddhism.

This helps me to understand the Buddhist doctrine, and based on my experience, what I read and heard so far is correct. I’m coming to the conclusion that Nirvana (enlightenment) through this path might indeed be achievable.

In this article I will share you some very important information about how to get to experience higher realms through one meditation technique.Read more…

Where Are You Headed When You Die? Find out Through Meditation

Today in the forest Buddhist monastery a monk gave a very important lecture. Unfortunately, the English translator was very poor, so I wasn’t able to understand all of the speech. But what I understood is so important that I must share this with you.

According to the monk, you can find out right now to which realm you are headed if you were to die now. And you can do so through meditation.

When you get deep into meditation, images, visions and other mental phenomena will arise. In Buddhism such phenomena are called “nimita”. They include not only random images and visions, but also experiences, such as the feeling that you are about to fall into an abyss, or that you are about to be sucked into a void.Read more…

Why Some People Cannot Meditate and How to Get into Deep States of Meditation

I very often hear people complaining that they are simply unable to relax enough to meditate, let alone get into deep states of meditation.

The reason they cannot relax into meditation is because their minds are not at peace. The reason their minds are not at peace is because they do all these things, or just a few of them:Read more…

Personal Update: Leaving for Another Monastery for a Month of Intensive Meditation – No Gadgets Allowed

Dearest readers,
 
I’ve spent two amazing weeks at a forest Buddhist monastery, and now I’m ready to do an intensive meditation course at another monastery. I will be meditating for 10 to 12 hours a day for around a month!
 
Unfortunately (or fortunately!), this monastery doesn’t allow the use of any electrical gadgets, thus my mobile and laptop will soon be locked away.
 
I’ve scheduled three articles and videos to be published on April 28th, May 5th and 12th. Please check my YouTube channel and blog on those dates if you wish to access the content I’ve created whilst in the forest monastery.
 
Thanks for reading, and now it’s time for me to retire to bed since I’m exhausted after five hours of bus ride.
 
Thanks for reading, and have a lovely day (or evening)!

On Two Minds and the Knower

In the video I’ve shown a small part of the forest Buddhist monastery grounds where I’m staying at the moment.

I was happy to discover that in this monastery Buddhists are vegetarians; in this Asian country (I prefer to keep its name secret for the time being) most Buddhists are meat-eaters, because meat eating is very prevalent here.

So the fact that this is a vegetarian monastery is good news, because I don’t need to worry whether I take some dish with meat by accident.Read more…