Dialogue with Dhyan Vimal

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Relationships

Summary: Remember the word means to relate, two individuals coming together without losing oneself,
establishing oneself for oneself and then meeting without losing oneself, and this is the understanding of relationship ...

Posted by: Ma Prem Amana    Category: Others    Dialogues: 3

Understanding Creation

Summary: The rule is simple, find the sacred, and all else happens as it happens, and the work is to find it and then be aware of it always, that is all.

Posted by: Ma Prem Aathma Shanti    Category: Science of Creation    Dialogues: 2

Discipline One

Summary: As you have said once you start to taste it, there is no going back, you know the beauty of it, the power of it, and then you become total in it, and in being total in this, you have become a disciple, and have the discipline to be in truth.

Posted by: Ma Prem Bodhi@ Sharlini    Category: Mastery    Dialogues: 2

Self-Improving vs. Being

Summary: In the East we bow to all, and this is to hold the right view over all, so that we don't violate, that is why in the East there is no real hard rule to follow, just love that is all, and the base is this, so that one does not create the idea of improvement and with this one can rest, and in this rest one is right, and in this right, one is the truth.

Posted by: Ma Prem Prema Prajna (Valerie)    Category: Meditation    Dialogues: 4

Meditation

Summary: The first thing before or during sitting, in the beginning one must enter mastery, over oneself, which is to shift from being the experience to being the experiencer, from being involved and being enslaved by the outside to being the center of it, and this is what is missed most often in the name of meditation.

Posted by: Ma Prem Saraha @ Shanthi    Category: Meditation    Dialogues: 5

Living life out vs creating

Summary: In living one's life out, one is living the creation out,
one is not separate, one is whole, as Patanjali says, in union.

Posted by: Swami Vimala Nyana & Prema Giri Putri    Category: Mastery    Dialogues: 2

State of self-remembrance

Summary: Know this whenever you lose your self-remembrance, you have just become a mind and entered the collective, and all is lost. Your mastery and your meditation is no more, and at this time you are not going to be right by you, you are going to violate yourself.

Posted by: Ma Prem Sathya Samadhi @ Lidia John    Category: Simirthi    Dialogues: 1

A Lesson in Mastery

Summary: The work we do for the world is to awaken another, to move from being dependent out of being made helpless, to being self-empowered, to live in one's ability to create which is personal mastery, to meditation, which is being, being the self, and then to the truth of the Master, which is the beyond.

Posted by: Master Dhyan Vimal    Category: Mastery    Dialogues: 1

Is meditation a medicine?

Summary: Meditation is something that is given to you, and this you is false, and this meditation is given to the false so the false will fall away, and the real will exist.

Posted by: Swami Prema Theertham @Gabi    Category: Meditation    Dialogues: 1

What is Simirthi?

Summary: Simirthi is a self-remembrance method, it is just to remember yourself at all times, in waking hours and then in sleeping hours and then in dreaming hours and even beyond, and this is the meaning of Turiya.

Posted by: Ma Prem Aadhi Needhi (Krish)    Category: Simirthi    Dialogues: 2

Dialogue with Dhyan Vimal

In 2011, an online platform was created for students around the world to ask questions, and engage in a dialogue with Dhyan Vimal. Since then, over a thousand questions have been asked on various topics including meditation, personal well-being, relationships and enlightenment. Here is a selection of the latest dialogues. For more questions and answers and to participate in the dialogue, visit mysanggha.com.

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