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|This mind of mine went formerly wandering about as it liked; but I shall now |
control it thoroughly, as the rider who holds ... cannot leak through, so by
controlling one's thoughts, and acting with reflection, no such desires can arise or
Tianjun Liu, Xiao Mei Qiang - 2013 - 407 pages
|First, enter the “Ding,” a composed state-of-mind, by concentrating and adjusting |
one's mental activity so as to enter a quiet, meditative state where all ups and
downs, worries, and problems are settled, and the mind is neither disturbed nor
distracted by extraneous thoughts. ... Guan means closing the eyes to reflect
inwardly, namely reflecting the internal sights as well as the mind that reflects
John Ross Carter - 2010 - 420 pages
|It is also said that when one reflects on the virtues of the Buddha, no thoughts of |
greed, hatred, or delusion will come to mind. One will be free ... One was initially
distracted and disturbed; now one has brought back the composure of the mind.
|one's. mind. Most of our emotional problems originate from a restless mind. The |
mind can be more impermanent than ... Often the disturbed and wandering mind
makes us emotionally restless and impermanent. ... When the water is not
disturbed and when perfect calm is established, all that is within the lake
becomes visible without hindrance while the surface of the water reflects the sky
above and the ...
Jin Y. Park - 2006 - 290 pages
|... the "arising thought," the indefinite delay of that thought/answer: When one |
looks into a huatou, the most important thing is to give rise to a doubt. ... a thought
, one which would indeed "disturb the void of the mind" — but simply as a (pre-
thought, threshold-of-thought) "continuously ... is itself a form of mutual reflection
— pre- thought reflects thought, thought reflects pre-thought — and thus of
|Given the luxury of a few more hours, after the period of individual reflection and |
the group mind-mapping exercise, ... the readings and commentaries, and ask
each team to present their exegesis and interpretations of one of the readings.
|But at the end of this time some overly intense event disturbed this double life, the |
two aspects of which were scarcely in contact with each other. It was as ... that
stillness where, hopefully, one's thoughts are no longer disturbed.'' ''How did she
|There are many forces trying to disturb your sadhana by keeping obstacles or by |
making you suffer so that you lose ... Pure consciousness is but a reflection of our
own face. ... God absolute is reflected in the mind, which is reflected reality.
Hans-Georg Gadamer - 1976 - 118 pages
|Thought's reflection here is reflection into self since in fact it does not reflect about |
something while going outside of its ... to mind" and which in thus occurring to
one interrupt and disturb the immanent course of such ongoing Dialectic of the ...