You could learn about Kasina meditation from “Visuddhimagga (Path the create “Earth Kasina”(object) and describe how to do the meditation. Helo. some peoples say Kasina meditations are right to attain jhanas. some other peoples are skeptical and they say it is the right way: Nimitta. I have been reading “Mindfulness, Bliss and Beyond”, and Ajahn Brahm very briefly (one sentence) refers to kasina meditation. I went and.

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3 Ways to Practice Kasina Meditation – wikiHow

This is not my self. Select kasinw comfortable posture and the Do Mindful Meditation page has a look at the four styles to help you select one, although sitting, standing or reclining are the best types. SH Steve Hansen Sep 11, Keep observing the new image and noting the characteristic.

Thanks for letting us know. There are lots of types of meditation. Firstly, make your kasina disc. Some good subjects would be: Repeating its characteristic helps focus solely on the subject rather than getting distracted with thoughts.

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Use water as the liquid. When the image arises, avoid speaking to other people, or using words mentally as that’s the easiest way to make the image go away. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


A Anonymous Nov 27, Hypnosis is the focus on an object until you reach absorption and both mental and physical deep relaxation. Meditation is like medicine. It depends how well you focused on the original to how well it stays. The free space in between objects It is better to make meditatiob object by yourself before meditation when needed.

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Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa Meditagion tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa. As it is all relative to each person there is no distinctly right or wrong, there is simply ones that will be effective and ones that won’t.

Thanks SankhaKulathantille I did find what I’m looking for.

Awakasa Kasina Here we targets on empty space around us. This is relative, but choose a chair that is fairly low and will not strain the neck and the kasina should be close enough to be able to focus firmly on it, so neither too close nor too far.

Warnings It is, according to the Buddhist analogies, the way to develop superhuman powers or “miracles”. Position your disc in a place you can sit and see it comfortably without developing any discomfort in the neck, shoulders etc. Start examining a subject you wish to study deeply. Any thought or mental note like green green? Best option is Sangha.

Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. As a example there is no need of make Awakasa Kasina. Eventually the mind becomes fully absorbed into the image, which you can then use to develop insight.

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Help answer questions Learn more. Cookies make wikiHow better. Rahula, emerging from his seclusion in the late afternoon, went to the Blessed One and, having bowed down, sat to one side. Develop it, enrich it, make it your total focus of attention which does require gentle but consistent and persistent concentration.

Earth Kasina for example is said to develop Modification, Extension and Solidification.

That method is the method that has translated as Earth Kasina. We found the teaching of the Buddha. Those Kasinas are prescribed due to the characteristic of the student.

I did this for myself, and was astounded by the results. Meditation method cannot be anything. Observe the characteristic of your disc, such as repeating mentally “water, water” or “space, space” etc. In practice these meditations have limited insight value, so are mostly taught as a means to develop concentration to be then used as an investigative tool.

He suggests one should regard absorption as merely a product of the mind, a conditioned and volitionally produced experience.