Category: Masters of Meditation

Knowing Versus Analyzing | Michael Mirdad

Knowing Versus Analyzing | Michael Mirdad

“There’s a madness that comes from the amnesia… that comes from the belief that we are separate from God. God creates us in God, so we are divine beings… there is nothing but God…”

Michael Mirdad is a spiritual and metaphysical teacher, keynote speaker, self-help and new age author, and an intuitive healer and counselor who specializes in Christ consciousness, spiritual mastery, healthy relationships, sacred sexuality, spiritual healing, and A Course in Miracles. Michael’s work focuses on soul-level healing, spiritual mastery, creating healthy relationships, and awakening Christ Consciousness (our divine selves). He is commonly referred to as a “teacher’s teacher” and a “healer’s healer” and is greatly respected for his ability to share personal guidance and the deepest teachings in a clear, applicable manner.

Everything is God or a Cry for God | Michael Mirdad

Everything is God or a Cry for God | Michael Mirdad

“There are so many different ways that people function in this world… And so often we don’t know what we do and why we do it. It’s the strangest thing…”

Michael Mirdad is a spiritual and metaphysical teacher, keynote speaker, self-help and new age author, and an intuitive healer and counselor who specializes in Christ consciousness, spiritual mastery, healthy relationships, sacred sexuality, spiritual healing, and A Course in Miracles. Michael’s work focuses on soul-level healing, spiritual mastery, creating healthy relationships, and awakening Christ Consciousness (our divine selves). He is commonly referred to as a “teacher’s teacher” and a “healer’s healer” and is greatly respected for his ability to share personal guidance and the deepest teachings in a clear, applicable manner.

Relax & Rest Well: 5-Minute Qigong Face and Head Massage | Thich Man Tue

Relax & Rest Well: 5-Minute Qigong Face and Head Massage | Thich Man Tue

Enjoy this 5-minute Qigong face and head massage. Practicing this qigong will help you release tension and rest well. Practice before bed and sleep well, or why not take a break from work (or the internet!) to enjoy this simple exercise?

Thich Man Tue (Br Insight) was born in Central Vietnam in 1985. He was ordained as a Vietnamese Novice Buddhist Monk in 2002 at the root temple of Plum Village, Chùa Từ Hiếu in Vietnam. He came to Plum Village, France in 2006 and received full Bhikshu ordination on December 20, 2006. He practiced and taught in Deer Park Monastery, California from 2008-17, receiving Lamp from Thay to become a Dharma Teacher in 2012 at Deer Park Monastery. He enjoys practicing Meditation and Qigong Daily and has been offering Qigong to friends who come to retreats at Deer Park Monastery and Blue Cliff Monastery, where he currently resides.

He would like to offer lessons about Qigong Meditation practices and the Daily Qigong Routine to everyone who loves to practice and experience the Peace, Relaxing, and Healing of body and mind. You can support his Channel by Donating here.

The Greatest Gift You Will Receive From Your Self | Mooji

The Greatest Gift You Will Receive From Your Self | Mooji

Moojibaba shares a very powerful and simple daily practice that brings us into the heart of being. Many people around the world have incorporated this exercise into their daily lives and are testifying to the immense fruits of this new call for commitment and dedication to Self-discovery.

Mooji is a Jamaican spiritual teacher based in the UK and Portugal. He gives talks (Satsang) and conducts retreats. His followers describe Satsang as a “meeting in truth” where people come from all around the world, to ask questions about life, and seek peace and meaning.

Click here for Moojibaba’s Notebook Readings — Part 1

Qigong Belly Breathing: Feel Grounded & Grateful in Minutes! | Thich Man Tue

Qigong Belly Breathing: Feel Grounded & Grateful in Minutes! | Thich Man Tue

Enjoy this guided “Qigong Belly Breathing,” and within a few minutes you’ll be feeling grounded, grateful, and re-energized! Use this powerful technique any time you feel stressed or tired. It feels wonderful to enjoy a few minutes of belly breathing and center yourself in your lower Dantien (abdomen) area.

Thich Man Tue (Br Insight) was born in Central Vietnam in 1985. He was ordained as a Vietnamese Novice Buddhist Monk in 2002 at the root temple of Plum Village, Chùa Từ Hiếu in Vietnam. He came to Plum Village, France in 2006 and received full Bhikshu ordination on December 20, 2006. He practiced and taught in Deer Park Monastery, California from 2008-17, receiving Lamp from Thay to become a Dharma Teacher in 2012 at Deer Park Monastery. He enjoys practicing Meditation and Qigong Daily and has been offering Qigong to friends who come to retreats at Deer Park Monastery and Blue Cliff Monastery, where he currently resides.

He would like to offer lessons about Qigong Meditation practices and the Daily Qigong Routine to everyone who loves to practice and experience the Peace, Relaxing, and Healing of body and mind. You can support his Channel by Donating here.

How Can Something Be Created From Nothing? | Rupert Spira

How Can Something Be Created From Nothing? | Rupert Spira

How can consciousness, which has no qualities, become a universe with qualities like space and time? What causes things to spontaneously manifest from the absence of anything?

Rupert Spira is an English teacher of the “direct path”, a method of spiritual self-inquiry through talks and writing, and a notable English studio potter with work in public and private collections. From an early age, Rupert Spira was deeply interested in the nature of reality. At the age of seventeen, he learned to meditate and began studying and practicing the teachings of the classical Advaita Vedanta tradition under the guidance of Dr. Francis Roles and Shantananda Saraswati, the Shankaracharya of the north of India, which he continued for the next twenty years. During this time he immersed himself in the teachings of P. D. Ouspensky, Krishnamurti, Rumi, Ramana Maharshi, Nisargadatta, and Robert Adams, until he met his teacher, Francis Lucille, in 1997. Francis introduced Rupert to the Direct Path teachings of Atmanada Krishna Menon and to Jean Klein and the Tantric tradition of Kashmir Shaivism, and, more importantly, directly indicated to him the true nature of experience.