Seeing things as they really are is using trough meditation our respiration and senses. Our senses are constantly stimulated by the environment, by meditation on our senses: smell, taste, sight, touch, hearing, together they form the basic thinking (cittam, manas, Buddhi). By distinguishing these senses first, you profound the focus, concentration perceive better: the coolness of the air in your nostrils, the sound in the area, the pain which feels in any part of the body, so you increase your consciousness. Each sense has its own effect on the thinking also seeing pictures, movies, TV programs. By taking the sense as object of the meditation you better understand aversions and what it has for impact on the mind.
Understanding the suffering from stress, burnout or depression this meditation technique is very beneficial. Meditation is paying attention “just” on your breath and your mind. Perceiving the attention by observing the abdominal wall, the rise and fall of the abdomen. To keep this focus we increase the concentration. Every thought or emotion, each mental impurity that comes at the mind is reflected in the breath by the sensations of that moment. By observing breath and sensation, we notice very quickly that the impurities solve. If we persevere, we end up and all impurities disappear and rest. We are better of trough meditation but also better for others.
• single lesson 25 ang or 15$
• 4 lessons 110 ang or 60$
• 12 lessons 255 ang or 145$