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The Higher and Lower Mind in Meditation

A talk on the two levels of the mind that defines the two stages of meditational practice. Conducted by Vic Hao Chin, with questions and answer on the second half.

Awarness and non-attachment

A talk by Vic Hao Chin on how to make non-attachment be possible in daily life affairs through self-awareness, with questions and answers on the second part.

Meditaion and Intuition

This talk deals with intuition, the faculty that awakens more and more as one practices meditation. It is a practical faculty that is valuable in making reliable perceptions and decisions on major and minor matters in life. Conducted by Vic Hao Chin, with questions and answers on the second part.

The benefits of Meditaion

A talk on the practical value of meditation in daily life -- in inner equanimity, relationships, work effectiveness, and the pursuit of the transcendent life. Given by Vic Hao Chin, with questions and answers on the second part.

Guided Meditation

An actual guided meditation session for 20 minutes, using awareness of breathing and using counting as an anchor. Conducted by Vic Hao Chin Jr. of the Theosophical Society in the Philippines.

Juliana Cesano

Among the many valuable esoteric teachings offered to humanity by occultist and philosopher, H. P. Blavatsky was one that spoke of the heart as the seat of spiritual consciousness. Mystics from traditions around the world, both past and present, regarded this center, and the practices associated with it, as a major key to true spiritual unfoldment. During this talk, we will reflect on their…

video by Vimala Bhikkhuni on mindfulness

Presented on April 20, 2017 In his essential teaching of “The Four Foundations of Mindfulness,” the Buddha gives a comprehensive and systematic explanation of meditation. We will explore a part of this teaching called Contemplation of the Mind, in which we observe and reflect on the nature of our various mental states. This process leads to both insight and liberation.

 John Cianciosi

The Ten Ox Herding Pictures are a series of images with accompanying poems, and are among the most beloved pictures in Zen Buddhism. They have been the source of endless commentary and inspiration in Zen since at least the 12th century. These ox herding images are emblematic of the spiritual path to enlightenment.

 Bhante Sujatha

Because our American culture has commercialized mindfulness and meditation terminology, the true meanings sometimes get lost. Bhante Sujatha, known as the Loving-kindness Monk, will introduce the true meaning of mindfulness along with ways we can begin to deepen our practice through this powerful meditation process.

Presented on October 26, 2017

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