Contemplation: Thinking becomes contemplation when it moves not through accociation, but is directed. You work on a particular problem and you bracket out all associations. For example, science is based on contemplation…any logical thinking is contemplation. Contemplation is logical and rational.
Concentration: Concentration is staying at one point, not allowing your mind to move at all…it is allowed only to concentrate on one point.
Meditation: Meditation is a state of non-mind. The mind itself is not allowed to be and is the highest possibility. The text uses an example of the mind as a room of furniture and to remove the furniture …show more content…
The heart and head centers determine our psychological and personality dispositions. For example, our heart center determines the ease in which we become more sensitive and develop love for each other
Head Center: This can be developed. The heart and head centers determine our psychological and personality dispositions. For example, our head center determines how we view the world, how logical and rational we are in our thinking and decisions.
Naval Center: This cannot be developed…it is just to be discovered, not developed. Likewise, there are techniques to develop the Heart and Head Centers, but you must uncover the naval center. The text addresses this by saying, “You are already a Buddha, you only have to know the …show more content…
It remains in, and that remaining in creates a space between your eyes, which is know as the third eye. This space becomes all inclusive. The third eye sees the infinites and sees the immaterial, the spiritual…it can even see energy. But, it is not part of your physical body, it is the infinite space which had penetrated in you and the moment you know this inner space, you have known the deathless…then there is no death. For the first time you are really alive. In terms of how I would refer to this in the western world, it is the soul. It transcends physical description and is the life force of intuition and inner