There are three stages to all Buddhist practice called listening, reflecting and meditating. In fact these three stages are integral to any effective learning or process of discovery, even if usually we do no more than touch on each stage. The art is to give sufficient attention to each stage…For Buddhists, meditation is attentive viewing that opens into a process beyond the conceptual, thinking mind. Continue reading Listening, Reflecting & Meditating – Meditation as Integration and Attentive Viewing
That is why we talk about practice and the path, it is not just a one shot deal. We then have to train to be able to remember it and access it in every situation. Continue reading Student’s Question: How do I integrate my practice into my life?