Medtations for January 2020
May all blessings and happiness surround you and your families for this New Year
Silence is of four kinds: silence of speech, eye, ear, and mind. Only the last is pure silence and the most important. Silence is the Eternal Speech, the One Word, the Heart-to-Heart talk. (Ramana Maharshi). Let us meditate on “Pure Silence.”
That mind of fearlessness should be put in the cradle of loving-kindness and suckled with the profound and brilliant milk of eternal doubtlessness. In the cool shade of fearlessness, fan it with the fan of joy and happiness. (Chogyam Trungpa). Let us meditate on loving-kindness and eternal doubtlessness.
Have trust and constant joyfulness, and then you cannot be startled. (Chogyum Trungpa). Let us meditate on joyfulness.
Jan. 26-Feb. 1st:
To look at the experience of others from our viewpoint can be more enlightening than always looking at our own experience from our own viewpoint. (Virupa) Let us meditate on looking at the experience of others from our viewpoint.