primordial confusion

this is jay garfield, I highly recommend his book “losing ourselves”

Mindfulness of Breathing

mermaid charts

disclaimer: sometimes when I’m reading I’ll create mermaid charts / mind maps they may or may not be accurate or usefull

vajrasattva mantra

I discovered this one while reading “Turning Confusion into Clarity” by Mingyur Rinpoche during the covid pandemic lockdown, it is an ancient meditation described in this excellent book which is about the fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhism, the first time I tried this one, as a side effect I got a very tingly feeling throughout my […]

Four Brahmaviharas

Four Immeasurable Minds — love, compassion, joy, and equanimity.” Love in Sanskrit is maitri; in Pali it is metta. Compassion is karuna in both languages. Joy is mudita. Equanimity is upeksha in Sanskrit and upekkha in Pali.

five hindrances

Here are techniques for handling some of the hindrances to practice.

desire, clingling, craving
aversion, anger, hatred
sleepiness, sloth


But as the mind that is the object of the search is unreal, so too is the mind that searches. Nevertheless, by clinging to a self in all our vague and transitory thoughts, which are brought about by fleeting causes and conditions, we experience the delusion of saṃsāric existence

3 great myths

time place self are invented elaborations

The Wisdom of Tibetan Buddhsim

surrender your ego, hopes, fears and expectations

urgyen condensed video

This is my edited version of one of Urgyen’s lectures on being thought free I removed the bits that are not in english, the speed is increased & the audio is enhanced using software JUST LET EVERYTHING BE Although meditation is actually very simple, it is easy to get confused by the many different descriptions […]

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