Buddha answered very simply the question: Who you are. “I am awakened,” told buddha. But, what does it mean to be “awakened”? Buddha cannot clearly answer this question because the blooming of every human life is different. He said it is the end of suffering. Every religion has its own naming of this answer: paradise, nirvana, mocha. The stress-less mind is everything that’s needed to the consciousness of the natural flow. When your mind is quiet and calmed down, everything else happens naturally. The inner energy wakes up and starts to work without any effort from your side.
How is known in DAO culture Chi watch on consciousness staying in the moment of calm you start to feel the smartness of plants and animals. The silence of wishes and learning you this sensitive mechanism by which these wishes getting materialized. In Dao this kind of living is called Wei we wei that we can translate as Doing, not doing. Buddha said about the middle way. Aristoteles described the golden middle as the middle between two extremes as the optimal way of beauty. Not too focused, but also not be lax, but find the ideal balance.
Vedanta, also known as Maya, is also known as an illusion – the absence of feelings about the surroundings and understanding it in the form of projection is created by us only by our minds. Our minds allow us by a special system to feel (see, hear) the world’s vibrations. The same inner calm does not depend on the outer situation.
The faith of the outer world created by our mind is always filtered through feelings and because of this it always is incomplete. In the core of all feelings exist only a single vibration field. Some of the people in the state of Synesthesia feel this vibration field differently. Synestetics can see the sound in the form of color or geometrical forms. Also, it is possible to merge specifics of one feeling with another one. Chakras and feelings are very similar instruments that filter to “see” different vibrations.
PIC – BODY WITH SENSES
Everything in the Universe is vibrating with different intensities and different waves. We have six types of senses:
- Smell ½
- Sight ¼
- Thought ⅛
- Hearing 1/16
- Taste 1/32
- Touch 1/64
Same like in ancient Vedic system, the same now, thinking is one of the sense only. Feeling these feelings simultaneously allows creating the minds based on a single information source. Thinking is just an instrument. One of six feelings, but for some reason, we give it such a high priority that we are identifying ourselves with our thoughts. We are so focused on our thoughts that we are trying to explain the mind as a feeling.
We are not that which eyes can see, but that whereby eyes can see. It is the eternal Brahma. We are not that which we can hear by ears, but that whereby ears can hear. It is the eternal Brahma. We are not that about which we can tell by words, but that whereby words can be told. It is the eternal Brahma. We are not that about which can think the mind, but that whereby the mind can think. It is the eternal Brahma.
During the last ten years, scientists reached a lot of success in analyzing the human brain. The term neural-plasticity expresses the physical connection between neurons of the brain that gets changed in relation to thoughts moving through them. The psychologist Donald Hebb found that when two neurons are active simultaneously, the connection between them is getting stronger. When a person is in the state of continuous attention, neurons link with each other, which means that we can create our own subjective perception of reality.
That means that when the mind is full of stress, fear, and negativity, we strengthen connections for a higher volume of similar thoughts. The same goes for the opposite. When we focus our minds on love and happiness, we strengthen this connection.
How can we do that when we are surrounded by violence and suffering? Will it be self-deception and acceptance of our wishes as reality? Neural-plasticity is not an understanding of the new age. When we talk about our reality through positive thinking, we are talking about the education of Budha from 2500 years ago.
Vipassana meditation, also called Meditation of inner insights, can be defined as self-managed neural-plasticity. We accept our reality exactly how it actually is, how it is at the present moment. We accept it on the deepest level of feelings, at the level of vibrations and energy. Without prejudice, without the impact of thoughts. In the brain, at the deepest level of thinking, with the help of attention, we can create a new type of reality perception. Circumstances and conditions do not matter anymore— only the perception of the consciousness matters.
The word meditation in Sanskrit means being free from evaluation, free from comparison, free from all matches. So it’s not about not trying to become someone else, but being ourselves and feeling comfortable with what’s going on at present. To become free from suffering and physical reality, it is necessary to accept it and agree on it fully. As a result, it becomes something inside ourselves. They and you are something inside it.