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TYPES OF THINKING

Types Of Thinking Confident thinking. Fixated thinking. Indifferent thinking. Confident thinking is non-aggressive … caring. Fixated thinking is aggressive … I care. Indifferent thinking is uncomprehending … who cares? Confidence comes from generosity, patience, morality, discipline, concentration – not taking … Continue reading

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THE FIFTH PARAMITA – CONCENTRATION

The Fifth Paramita – Concentration The term, “the six paramitas”, is Sanskrit for the six essential abilities or perfections of generosity, patience, morality, discipline, concentration and transcendent wisdom. Concentration is meditation; simply being aware, being mindful without effort. We merely … Continue reading

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WHY WE NEED ONE ANOTHER

Why We Need One Another We need one another to put both the Dharma (teachings on ultimate reality) and our mind to the test. There are many reasons to hear others’ views, as these have a part to play in … Continue reading

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MEDITATION INCREASES INTELLIGENCE

Meditation Increases Intelligence Intelligence is the ability to see consequences, causes and conditions clearly. Meditation is firstly the practice of concentration, being able to focus without distraction. This discipline enables us to clear the mind, just to perceive and to … Continue reading

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MIND TRAINING ENHANCEMENT

Mind Training Enhancement. Even though we cannot think of two things at once, we can do and think of different activities at the same time – in fact, we can do three things at once, using body, speech and mind. … Continue reading

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