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#149 How to Access Superconsciousness

Posted: May 24th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Life | 6 Comments »

In the last 2 months, I have thrown myself into Tibetan Buddhism entirely to learn what it is about.

Fortunately to say, I think that Buddhism is a very good method for one who’s very attached to daily life to embark on the journey towards greater truth or spirituality.

The term spirituality as we have coined has always been seen as some airy-fairy thing. But more and more people everyday are coming into their senses with the more accurate view of it. To me, spirituality is something we’re interested in because it answers the questions of why we live, what can make us happier, and how we can live a life that is of utmost openness, fulfillment and joy.

Spirituality allows me to know the truth in everything, and determine how I should begin to live.

And one of the best ways for one to open one’s eyes to the clear perception of the world, to be aware of reality so that one can do something which affects it, is through meditation.

So recently, I’ve found out a pretty good video on meditation. In this video, you’ll learn about the kind of meditation which is dedicated towards the highest way – of mental quiescence and the understanding of consciousness and light.

In Tibetan Buddhism, one is taught to chant mantras as meditation to invoke certain energies that help one to improve in character, intelligence or just spirituality in general. Meditating in quiescence on the other hand helps one to realize the innate nature of reality and the Self and as such allows one to attain everything else which mantras may not be able to help with at some levels.

In Tibetan Buddhism, one is taught to focus on Compassion and the liberation of sufferings for all beings when doing meditation.

In the same way, may I kindly request that dear readers, please keep the same motivation no matter what kinds of meditation we do in our day to day lives.

There are a lot of ways to meditate. If we can take the best in all ways and do them as openly as we can, I believe the results would be of the highest benefit.

May you find the video to be as enjoyable, interesting or valuable as I’ve found it to be. Please kindly click on the “play” button below to start watching: