GeneralClear your mind by BIGRICH 8/20/2017 written by BIGRICH 8/20/2017Don’t worry about shitDon’t think about shit 7 comments 0EmailRelated postsFalse care 1/21/2020 1/20/2020The stars are quite poetic 1/20/2020 1/19/2020I’m Scared. 1/19/2020Nothing but a shit 1/19/2020Self-Protection—— ^OvO^ —————- Night-Owl here———————– 1/18/2020I was just a bad dream 1/18/2020halves 1/18/2020Imagine Dragons. 1/18/20207 comments John Doe 8/20/2017 - 1:16 pmYou mean like yoga? Log in to Reply BIGRICH 8/20/2017 - 2:22 pmLike meditation,I think the main problem with us is that we worry too much,we overthink things waay too much to the point we get a headache. My mind is constantly thinking about things that don’t even affect me half the time, we just have to learn to let go. Log in to Reply John Doe 8/20/2017 - 6:08 pmIsn’t yoga mediation? Log in to Reply BIGRICH 8/20/2017 - 11:14 pmNo, it’s Yoga Log in to Reply Once 8/20/2017 - 5:50 pmI’ll think about this. 😉 Log in to Reply rivets 8/21/2017 - 4:05 amBut there’s all this shit everywhere and if I don’t worry about it, I might step in it. I don’t want to get any on my shoes. That’s gross. Log in to Reply wallower 8/21/2017 - 4:55 amAnd Zen/Dhyana/Chan realized all this stuff without the aid of science hundreds of years ago. Not that science is a bad thing. Their intensive meditating practices caused them to experience the reality that mind is everything without all the jargon. I experienced a small taste of “it” when I stayed a few months at a Zen monastery years ago. So much concerns/beliefs/dualities fell away that there was a moment of panic as to who I was without all these things. It was then that I realized that all this things were deeply woven into my “personality” and that that was a “construct” I’d built up for years and the panic resulted as it was falling away. It was the fear of what I would be without “them” or who would emerge. This is why it is said that Zen is not the adoption of beliefs as much as it is letting go of much that you should have never been carrying in the first place. Unfortunately after I left the temple I didn’t keep up with my practice and I suffered for that. Maybe I’ll start meditating again. It is like riding a bike if you’ve ever done it before. You just have to treat it like exercise and do it every day regardless how much you don’t feel like it. As a matter of fact they say that when you don’t feel like it is the most productive time to do it. The mind is like a computer in the sense that it can use a good defrag. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.