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The Sage is a stilled & silenced Seer.. The Buddha explained the sweet, yet solid silence of the sage: From all acquaintance, association, affiliation, and attachment, fear arises! From any form of civil house-life emerges a mentally dull and dusty pollution!
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Your clue is master"; ) You think Brilliant mind?
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Lifecycle of Spiritual Practice

Generally our Spiritual inquisitiveness begins by reading a book or listening to people doing spiritual practice, what happens next in a journey of a seeker towards God -Realisation?

Please see the complete process explained in a diagram below.

#Spirituality #Devotion #God #Moksha #Advait #Spiritual
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Aware and Settled..

Aloof, Above, at Ease..!

Acutely Aware is Aloof, Above, and at Ease! Once the Blessed One was staying at Vesāli in Ambapāli's grove. There and then, he taught the Bhikkhus exactly in this very way: Bhikkhus a Noble Friend should remain: Aware and Settled! And how does a Noble remain Aware?
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Dhamma On Air #3 Audio: Mindfulness, bliss and sex

Dhamma-Questions answered:

Q1: How to gain unbroken mindfulness (sati)?
Q2: What is spiritual bliss - supramundane joy?
Q3: How to reduce greed for sex and porn?


Please email new questions to bhante.samahita@gmail.com

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Dhamma On Air #3 Audio: Mindfulness, bliss and sex by Bhikkhu Samahita
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“Get away from her! Don’t hurt her like that!” We glanced around to see who the angry old woman was yelling at, but we couldn't spot anyone being hurt. My husband had no idea she was talking to him until she urged me to leave the “abusive” man.
We eventually figured out what happened...
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The Blessed One!

Unsurpassable Perfect are all the SammasamBuddhas...

Supreme is any Blessed One: It was through understanding, that the Blessed One rediscovered the True Dhamma! It was through compassion, that he taught it thoroughly to the multitude of beings. It was through understanding, that he felt disillusion with this round of rebirth .
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The Twin Truths!

Stilling the Mental Cacophony..

The Twin Truths won by Dual Consideration: The blessed Buddha once said: Friends, the first consideration is: Whatever Suffering arises, all that is caused by Mental Construction! The consequent second consideration is: Stilling of all Mental Construction, thereby ceases all Suffering completely ...
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If interested in early Buddhism, then I can kindly subscribe U.


Have a nice & Noble day.
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Post and discuss your experiences with mindfulness, share any tips you may have and help to raise the awareness of awareness!
Dhamma on Air #22: Right Livelihood & Consciousness


Dhamma-Questions answered:

Q36: Do you have some instructions for the first try of meditation?

Q37: Please explain the rarity of human rebirth, and the emergence of a Buddha

Q38: How does one develop insight into making big decisions about life and career?

Q39: What exactly constitutes right livelihood?

Q40: Please comments on this 2 statements :
" There are so many mental consciousness that can not be counted " and
" The body of human being does not have only one consciousness."

Q41: Is there any way we can reconnect with our own pure consciousness
in order to have a clear heart and mind.

What is Right Livelihood (Samma-Ajiva)?:

On Consciousness (Viññana) please check:

All Dhamma on Airs are listed and linked here:

Please email New Dhamma Questions to bhante.samahita@gmail.com
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cheenz Inri

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Why and Why not?

Divine Delight can block progress towards Nibbana!

Why do some gain Nibbãna, while most do not? Sakka, the king of the 33 Gods, once asked the Blessed Buddha: Venerable Sir, what is the cause and reason, why some beings here do not attain Nibbāna in this very life? And what is the cause and reason, why some beings here do indeed attain Nibbāna ...
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This is a great mindfulness song for young children (or anyone who likes the Muppets):  Elmo learns to Belly Breathe to calm his 'inner monster' when he feels angry.
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For a future post at MindfulTeachers.org, I'm putting together a list of songs for young children.  Would appreciate any suggestions of songs you've used to teach mindfulness, gratitude, or social-emotional skills.  Thanks!
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Devoted to Wakefulness!

Those who Train will Win lasting Happiness...  

The Blessed Buddha once said: Bhikkhus by possessing 3 qualities, one lives this life full of pleasure & joy! Furthermore, one has thereby prepared for the elimination of the subtle mental fermentations... What are these 3 advantageous qualities? I: One guards the doors of the senses, ...
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Dr. Emmanuel Ivorgba, an award-winning educator and peace activist, discusses the connection of mindfulness to traditional African values, the growing interest in mindfulness in Nigerian schools, and his perspective on mindfulness and Christianity as a seminary-trained Catholic who's met with the Dalai Lama.
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Rob Morton

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Thank you my friend.
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Mindfulness to help us.
Mindfulness is where it's at. I posted semi recently about the importance of using mindfulness meditation and how using it can help us in a number of different areas of our lives. Among its theoriz...
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 Some food for thought!
#mindfulness #mindful #awareness 
You’ve heard it a million times—the key to happiness is learning to live in the moment. But is it really that simple?
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