30 Days to Deep Meditation Book Is Released!

30 Days to Deep MeditationThis is a fully revised and updated version of a book I wrote years ago about my personal method of getting deep into meditation.

This book is written to help you get into deep meditation through a different meditation task each day.

The purpose of this book is to get you used to meditation through variety.

Once you get the taste of deep meditation as a result of different meditation practices each day, you won’t need much variety after such an experience because the taste of meditation depths will keep you going.

The reason it’s important to go beyond the surface is that once you touch upon realities not usually perceived during the waking consciousness, this experience is so profound that you will naturally want to meditate after such a life-changing event.

So that’s the whole point of this book – to get you to experience what lies beyond waking consciousness.

Order the book here.

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30 Days to Deep Meditation Book

30 Days to Deep MeditationThis is a fully revised and updated version of a book I wrote years ago about my personal method of getting deep into meditation.

This book is written to help you get into deep meditation through a different meditation task each day.

The purpose of this book is to get you used to meditation through variety.

Once you get the taste of deep meditation as a result of different meditation practices each day, you won’t need much variety after such an experience because the taste of meditation depths will keep you going.

The reason it’s important to go beyond the surface is that once you touch upon realities not usually perceived during the waking consciousness, this experience is so profound that you will naturally want to meditate after such a life-changing event.

So that’s the whole point of this book – to get you to experience what lies beyond waking consciousness.

Read more…

30 Days to Deep Meditation Book Will Be Released Soon

30 Days to Deep MeditationI’ve finished the first revision of the 30 Days to Deep Meditation book. Now I will go through it once more and hopefully will release it soon.

I wrote this book years ago and it’s written to help people get into deep meditation through a different meditation task each day.

So the purpose of this book is to get people used to meditation through variety.

Once they get the taste of deep meditation, they won’t need a new meditation each day, but for certain people the way to start is definitely through variety, otherwise they will get bored before they experience any depth of the meditative practice.

So this book is mainly written for people who find it difficult to meditate in the same way each day, and for those who as of yet were unable to experience any depth of meditation.

It’s going to be released in a PDF format on a donation basis.

Update About 30 Days to Deep Meditation Book

30 Days to Deep MeditationI’ve revised half of the 30 Days to Deep Meditation book.

This is a book I wrote several years ago, and now every single page of it is being revised and updated.

I’m hoping to release it before my travels in Asia next month.

How New Age Misleads You About Meditation

As I told many times before, New Age is full of half-truths. Following New Age teachings may make you feel good about yourself, but your progress will be slow (if there will be any at all), without the end result – liberation – achieved.

In the West the practice of meditation is new-agey. It’s all about feeling good about yourself and engaging in this spiritual pursuit only when one feels like doing it. Read more…

A True Sign of Spirit Birth/Second Birth/Regeneration

A true sign of spiritual birth is when you no longer experience human moods caused by the ego. This is because you’re in the neutral – in the middle way, the Sushumna nadi of Hindus.

People who are unregenerate are happy one day and sad the next; they are still in duality, so their moods show it. They are slaves of the moods and they have no willpower to change the situation.

They are still in Ida and Pingala nadis, as opposed to the strait and narrow way of Jesus, which is the Sushumna nadi: Read more…

Are You Making This Meditation Mistake? Three Meditation Tips for Beginners

In this post I would like to address one of the major mistakes that people make when they start meditating, and give three tips to get deeper into meditation.

The major mistake people make when they start meditating is that Read more…

Difference Between Left and Right Hand Meditation Paths

When I started meditating in my teenage years, I didn’t even know that I had chosen the left hand path.

This is the reason it made me spiritually grow fast, but this is also the reason why it was so scary sometimes and why spiritual practices threatened to take me out of balance.

Because of choosing the left hand path, the Read more…

Seeing Worlds Through Divine Eye, Zen Mind-To-Mind Transmission and Corruption in Buddhism

The video above was made whilst I was in a forest Buddhist monastery in Thailand. I discussed three topics: the corruption in Buddhism, seeing worlds through the divine eye, as well as the mind-to-mind transmission that happened whilst I was in another Buddhist monastery.

Firstly, about the corruption in Buddhism. Blavatsky in her Isis Vol. 2 rightly mentioned that Buddhism became corrupted with Brahmanism. Brahmanism also corrupted the original religion of India.

(Brahmanism is a way of calling a corrupted Hindu faith. It became corrupted through evil priests who introduced many useless rituals and extracted much money from the religious folk.)

Buddha came to re-establish the way. He wasn’t the first one to have found it, but only the first in our period of human evolution, as Buddhist texts say. He came to cleanse Hinduism from all useless pompous traditions and money-grabbing priests. Read more…

How to Dream Consciously – an Easy Technique I Discovered

There are many ways to lucid dream. A common conscious dreaming technique is to continue asking yourself whether you are awake, in the hope that in the future you will ask yourself the same question whilst you’re asleep.

I’ve discovered a technique that requires no such repetition.

All one needs to do is to stay mindful in the waking hours, and this with time will carry over into your dream life.

This technique, unlike other lucid dreaming methods, benefits you in more ways than one. That’s because being mindful helps you to spiritually progress as well, but about that a little later.Read more…