Meditation without Exertion 06 Comprehension Popular

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The conclusion of the short series of lectures about how to meditate without exertion. Discusses the purpose of meditation, a complete overview of the daily practice, how to see images internally, and how to understand them.

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"By altering the mind to tranquil equipoise, one will reach its intrinsic purity. Through perfect perception of the inherent purity of reality, a Bodhisattva practices in great compassion for all beings." - Dharmasamgiti-sutra

"Tranquility may be realized rapidly, provided one does not concern oneself with gain and similar desires, abides perfectly by the moral law, is capable of joyfully enduring suffering and the like, and makes serious efforts." - Bhavanakrama 1

"Tranquility is one-pointed concentration. Insight is analytical comprehension." - Ratnamegha

"Comprehension replaces exertion when one tries to comprehend the truth intimately hidden in the secret depths of each problem. We do not need any exertion to comprehend each and every defect that we carry hidden within the different levels of the mind. - Samael Aun Weor We need to exert ourselves in order to work in the Great Work and to transmute our creative energies. We need to exert ourselves to live, to struggle and to tread the path of Integral Revolution, but we do not need to exert ourselves in order to comprehend the Truth." - Samael Aun Weor


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