July 29, 2014
7 Healthy Things to Do during Your Lunch Break

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7 Healthy Things to Do during Your Lunch Break
Healthy Things to Do during Your Lunch Break

A lunch hour is essential for taking a physical and mental break, and it’s important to do the healthy things during your lunch hour. While it’s easier to fall back into your chair and gossip with your coworkers or surf the Internet, it’s better to spend your lunch break more effectively. Sure, you need to eat a healthy snack first. Try out some of these seven healthy things to do during your lunch break and let me know what you think!

1. Exercise
One of the healthiest things you can do during your lunch break is to exercise. Maybe you don’t want to lose weight, but who said that exercise is only for people who are trying to drop unwanted pounds? Start exercising during your lunch hour and you will feel healthier and full of energy to accomplish those difficult tasks. Even if it’s just going for a brisk walk or doing a few sit-ups, your body and health will thank you!

2. Take a nap
If you feel exhausted, stressed and drained, taking a nap is a wonderful way to restore energy and improve productivity. Your car in the parking lot or the couch in the break room can be a perfect place for snatching a nap. Your coworkers will be surprised to see you having tons of energy.

3. Read a book
You might think that reading a book isn’t a healthy thing to do during your lunch break, but it’s much better than surfing the Internet. Not only is reading an amazing pastime, but it also keeps your mind active and improves your speaking, writing, and reading skills. Moreover, if you have a hard day at work, reading a good book will help keep your mind distracted from your problems.

4. Spend time outdoors
Many people don’t leave their workplaces during a lunch break and it’s a huge mistake. No matter whether you like or hate your job, leave the building and sit on a nearby bench. You can also take a short walk. You will feel much better when you are back from a lunch break and you will have more energy and motivation to accomplish your tasks.

5. Do your homework
Managing school and work is never an easy task. If you have plenty of homework, consider spending 15-20 minutes of your lunch hour working on your homework. This way, you will have more free time in the evening. Just make sure you don’t spend the whole lunch hour doing your homework. Having a healthy snack and doing some exercises are still essential.

6. Plan
A lunch hour is a great time to plan your weekly meals and grocery shopping lists. Planning your weekly meals is good for your wallet and your health as well. You can also plan your lunch meals in order to avoid eating unhealthy food. Your lunch hour is also a wonderful time plan your activities, chores and social calendar. You can do it when you sit on a nearby bench.

7. Declutter your life
Consider spending 10-15 minutes of your lunch break decluttering your life. Clean up and organize your desk and clean out your purse. Working at a cleaner desk makes you healthier and more productive. Plus, keeping your desk clean will give a great impression.

If you have an hour break or a few small breaks during a work day, try to stay more productive and don’t forget about your health. Personally I think the most healthiest way to spend a lunch break is to eat a healthy snack, take a short nap and take a short walk. What do you usually do during your lunch hour?
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July 28, 2014
About Darkness

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT DARKNESS?

I have much to say about darkness, because nobody has taken notice of the mystery that darkness is.
Much has been said about light, almost nothing about darkness. But darkness is a much deeper phenomenon than light is. Light comes and goes — darkness remains; it never comes, it never goes. Light is not eternal, because it needs fuel, some kind of fuel, and the fuel will be exhausted sooner or later. Darkness needs no fuel, no cause; hence darkness is not an effect and can remain eternally there.
In the morning, you see the sun arises and there is light; in the evening the sun sets, the light disappears, and suddenly all over there is darkness. It does not mean that when the sun disappears, darkness comes in. It has been there all the time; just because of the light you could not see it. How can one see darkness while light is there? The light prevented your vision.
So anytime just close your eyes and darkness is there. Anytime just blow out the candle and
darkness is there.
Gautam Buddha is perhaps the only man who, for the ultimate state of consciousness, has chosen a word which can be interpreted as darkness; otherwise all the religions have talked about light, forgetting completely that light is not eternal, and if you are light, you are also not eternal. Light is dependent on something, it is caused by something.
Gautam Buddha has called his ultimate state of being, nirvana. Even Buddhists have not thought of it as darkness, because the very word produces bad associations in us. But nirvana means exactly “darkness”; literally it means blowing out the candle. So for twenty-five centuries Buddhists have been using the literal meaning “blowing out the candle.” But what does it mean? Blowing out the candle, what remains then? Eternal, deathless, abysmal darkness.
Feeling yourself full of light may be again an ego trip. Feeling yourself identified with light, you may be simply changing your identity — but the ego remains. But blowing out the candle is blowing away the ego; and the vast darkness is bound to create in you a similar vastness of humility, humbleness, egolessness. So I love the word.
I always see light as a disturbance, and darkness as silence. But centuries of continuously fearing darkness… because it became associated with the time when man was living in jungles. The night was the most dangerous time. In the day somehow he managed to protect himself from the wild animals; he managed to kill them for his own food. But in the night he was absolutely helpless. Darkness all around, he was a victim. Any animal was capable of destroying him. In the day he could have managed to escape, to climb a tree or do something, but in darkness he was simply in the hands of wild death. So it was very easy to get a deep association between darkness and death.
All the religions depict death as darkness and life as light. It is simply the experience of man in the past when he lived in the jungles. That experience has molded his language, given it meanings. And he has not yet been able to clean those words again — because now he is not living in jungles, but still there is a certain reason why he continues to be afraid of darkness.
When there is light you are not alone, you can see everybody else. If suddenly the light goes off, the others may be there still, may not be; one thing is certain, you feel lonely. You are no more associated with the crowd. The crowd gives you a certain security, safety, a certain warmth, and you feel that you are not alone. Any danger — so many people are with you. But in darkness suddenly you are lonely, nobody is with you.
And man has not learned yet to know the beauties of his loneliness. He is always hankering for some relationship, to be with someone — with a friend, with a father, with a wife, with a husband, with a child… with someone.
He has created societies, he has created clubs — the Lion’s Club, the Rotary Club. He has created parties — political, ideological. He has created religions, churches. But the basic need of all is to forget somehow that you are alone. Being associated with so many crowds, you are trying to forget something which in darkness suddenly is remembered — that you were born alone, that you will die alone, that whatever you do, you live alone. Aloneness is something so essential to your being, there is no way to avoid it.
You can befool yourself and deceive yourself; you can pretend that you are not alone — you have a wife, you have children, you have friends — but it is all pretension. You know and everybody knows that the wife is alone as much as you are alone, and two alonenesses joined together do not change the situation; instead they make it worse.
As I see it, why lovers are continuously fighting — there may be thousand other reasons, but those reasons are superficial. The basic reason is that they had chosen the other as a beloved, as a lover, to destroy their loneliness — and it has not happened. On the contrary, the presence of the other makes them more aware of their loneliness.

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July 25, 2014
7 Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart

7 Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart

Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart

Life can be both a bed of roses and a journey through the tunnel of hell. There are periods of ups and downs. It’s very difficult to keep yourself intact when you are losing your love, money, security or health. It often happens that your bank accounts vanish into thin air when you need this money to handle a difficult situation.

It’s painful to realize that your life or marriage was a lie. Dearest and nearest people usually hurt stronger than strangers. I think that it’s necessary to go through the darkest moment of your life. I believe that the dark night of the soul is a time of its growth and transformation. You have no choice, but take your courage in both hands and carry on. I hope this article will help you overcome the time when your personal strength is tested by life troubles and challenges.

1. Talk everything out

Perhaps you know that all kinds of negative emotions tend to accumulate in your soul and make you feel overwhelmed and despondent. It’s important to find ways to rid yourself of this burden. The best and the most effective way to free your soul from grief is to talk everything out. You can share your feelings with a trusted person. When you voice your problem, you release the pressure and the weight off your shoulders. Moreover, you’ll be able to get a useful piece of advice from your dearest and nearest people.

2. Focus on the present moment

When you are surrounded by turmoil and negativity, you should turn on a safe mode for your mind to cope with emotional overload. It’s desirable to avoid thoughts about the past, because they make you feel anxious about the things you have no power to change. Concentrate on the things you can really do to change the situation for better. Try to get rid of obsessive thoughts, which bowl you out and make you feel miserable.

3. Find release to your emotions

Nowadays various life spheres and conditions make you suppress your feelings. It’s extremely harmful for both your physical and mental well-being, because emotions trapped in body can lead to pain and other ailments. I understand that you cannot tell your boss that he or she is not right, but you can release your emotions when you are in a private place. You can break the plates or cry into the pillow. Try to do things that will help you release the negativity from your mind.

4. Follow your own advice

Unfortunately, when I face a life crisis, I tend to criticize myself. The only thing that helps me bounce back is my inner voice. I always try to follow the advice I give myself. I imagine what would I advice to my friend if they faced the same situation. It is much easier to advise other people what to do in a certain situation than act on your own. That’s why you should give yourself a hint what to do. Ask yourself for help that you desperately need and I hope you’ll find the answers to all questions.

5. Keep moving

Tough times aren’t a signal for you to fall out of step with reality and stay inactive about your life. You should always remember that life is a motion. Follow your schedule, do regular exercise and set new goals for every day. It will increase your productivity and clear your mind from negative thoughts. Busy people tend to focus more on the future than on the past. If you go this way, you’ll have a chance to avoid depression and reach certain goals.

6. Gratitude heals

When your mind is a mess and you notice nothing except negativity, you should stop and recollect all things you are grateful for. Every person has a great number of advantages and positive traits of character. Furthermore, you may think about your friends, kids or family. This strategy will help you boost your self-confidence. Consequently, you will easily find power and inspiration to struggle for your happiness together with your dearest people.

7. Experience helps you grow

Every experience is a valuable thing that helps you grow in various spheres of life. Bram Stoker once said, “We learn from failure, not from success.” It often happens that you can turn your past negative experience into a productive and positive one in the future. Plus, it will make you an all-rounded and mature person ready to deal with different kinds of problems.

The moments of instability are the best time to start something new in your life. The main secrets to avoid depression are a constant move and the ability to find opportunities in all difficulties. Whatever happens, you should be strong enough to deal with harsh realities of life. Have you ever gone through tough times? What would you advise to do when life is falling apart?

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July 17, 2014
7 Undeniable Reasons to Focus on Making Yourself Happy

7 Undeniable Reasons to Focus on Making Yourself Happy

Undeniable Reasons to Focus on Making Yourself Happy

Every person makes this world wonderful and happy. It is important to struggle for happiness, but you should start with yourself. You should change your negative vision of the world and control your emotions and feelings. It turns out that happiness doesn’t depend on external factors, but it has a direct connection with your inner feeling of contentment. Remember that it is possible and quite easy to be happy being yourself. However, if you don’t learn to accept who you are, you will never grow as a person. Read on these reasons and I hope your life will be colored by new and pleasant changes.

1. No one knows what you feel inside

No one can penetrate your mind and understand how you feel and how you are doing. People around can just suppose these things. If you know yourself, then why not make yourself happy by meeting your own needs? If everyone finds happiness in themselves, this world will be full of happy people.

2. You are responsible for your happiness

Let me ask you a question, “Who is responsible for your happiness?” The answer is YOU. Only you have total control over your happiness. Nowadays it’s easy to believe you are trapped without choices and you are somehow at the mercy of everyone and everything around you. The truth is that we always have a choice to change our life and circumstances for better. If something in your life makes you feel despondent, then you should change it, because everything is up to you in your life.

3. You know what happiness is to you

Surely, everyone has the picture of happiness in mind. Someone sees happiness in money; others can be happy enjoying the beauty of nature or playing with a funny kitten. Maybe it makes you happy to sit on the beach and watch the sunset. If you have the aim and make appropriate efforts, you will certainly succeed and feel yourself happy.

4. You care only about yourself

In fact, all people care about themselves more than about others. They often find tiring to care for someone more than they care about themselves. Every person tries to be more in touch with their needs. That’s why you should try to improve yourself, if you really want to be happy. You are responsible for your happiness and you shouldn’t wait until someone will make your life a miracle.

5. Finding your own joy is wondrous

Once I asked an old man how to become happy and he shared a small secret of life with me. The power to decide to be happy is one of the most important things in your life. Those who have made such a discovery in their life are happy. It’s important to find your own joy and let yourself be free of bad thoughts and feelings. Many people spend the whole life understanding and realizing this truth.

6. You have one life

Mae West once said an interesting thing, “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” You have all chances to feel happy. You have a choice to live the only life the way you like. There’s no time for negative emotions and misery. There are so many marvelous places to visit and so many positive emotions to experience. You should realize that it’s necessary to risk and face difficult situations, because it’s very difficult to struggle for happiness. It usually requires strong will to survive and move on in spite of everything. You should always remember that life is beautiful.

7. You’ll become a nice person

I think it is easy to notice a happy person in the crowd, because happiness usually changes people in many aspects. Happy people often smile, have bright eyes and think positively. Moreover, it’s a great pleasure to communicate with such people. When you try to make yourself happy, you make people around you feel better at the same time.

There are many reasons for you to become happy. The main thing is your sincere desire to feel this state. I hope this article will inspire you to improve yourself and change your life for better. Do you find yourself happy? What is happiness for you and how to reach it?

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July 17, 2014
10 Habits That Can Steal Your Happiness

10 Habits That Can Steal Your Happiness

People from all over the world have one common desire. They are looking for happiness. There is no definite concept of happiness that’s why all people keep moving in different directions to reach their happiness. Each person has an individual vision and perception of happiness. I think all people have habits which can both help them become happy or lose their dream. Unfortunately, there are many habits that steal your happiness and make you feel miserable. These harmful behaviors can easily affect your emotional well-being, if you do nothing to correct them. Read on and be aware of the things that steal your joy each day.

1. Waiting for a suitable moment

Only you can change your life. Don’t wait for the perfect moment, make every moment perfect instead. Many people who keep waiting for the perfect opportunity and for the best moment to do what they have to do, usually end up doing nothing. Life is short, so you should do your best to seize the opportunity to make your life and the life of your dearest and nearest people better.

2. Working without interest

Working for nothing more than a paycheck is a kind of imprisonment. Unfortunately, nowadays many people face economic problems and go to work they hate. You shouldn’t give up on your dreams and work without passion and interest. This is your life and it’s up to you to find a job that defines you. Confucius once said a wonderful thing, “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

3. Focusing on the success of others

There are so many happy people around. You often find them smiling, joking and succeeding in everything. Consequently, you begin to focus on other people’s lives and compare your success to their goals. Don’t let these destructive thoughts flag your spirits. Just define success for yourself and move on towards your dream. You are the only master of your own fate. Incredible change happens when you decide what kind of life you want to live and admit how you can bring it to life.

4. Living with worries and fears

Fears and worries are false emotions that can deprive you of many opportunities to become better or do something you’ve never done before. Don’t let all those fears and negativity take over your life. They usually make you feel despondent when you realize that you have lost a great number of joys and moments of happiness. You’d better be strong enough to face all your fears and allow them to become opportunities to expand your life. Don’t worry, be happy!

5. Harboring hate in your soul

As Maya Angelou said, “Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet.” This bad habit can really affect your mental well-being, if you give way to negative emotions. Hate is one of the most powerful emotions that can ruin both your happiness and life. You should recognize hatred and let it go. It’s more pleasant to enjoy things you have and don’t hold on different negative thoughts. To my mind, the only weapon that can make hatred go away is love. Love breeds life and light, but hate breeds destruction and chaos.

6. Trying to change everything all at once

It is almost impossible to change everything all at once. I think it’s better to change something fundamental. It is scientifically proved that the process of considerable changes is extremely stressful for a human’s mind. Try to change everything gradually. If you want to make a difference in the world, start changing the world around you. When you cope with your own mind and moods, you will feel much happier.

7. Exaggerating difficulties

A bad day is not a cause to make an elephant out of a fly. You should realize and treat difficulties as new opportunities, but not as a problem of all your life. Life is constantly testing people for their level of commitment and life’s best rewards are reserved for those who show courage and commitment to various difficulties. Mao Zedong once said an encouraging phrase, “In time of difficulties, we must not lose sight of our achievements.” You should believe in yourself and realize that you always have a choice and a way out.

8. Fleeting contentment

There are so many beautiful and tempting things around. It is important to know what contentment is and learn to differentiate its types. There are two types of contentment in life. People can seek either fleeting contentment or enduring contentment. The fleeting type of contentment is a kind of a material comfort, while enduring type means the gradual growth of your mind and soul. The enduring type of contentment gives you happiness and confidence, when fleeting contentment awards you with short-term kinds of pleasure. It requires maturity and wisdom to decipher one from another.

9. Amplifying the importance of physical attractiveness

Don’t judge things and people by their appearances and physical attractiveness. You shouldn’t choose everything based only on color and shape, because appearances are deceptive. Surely, physical attractiveness is very important, but you should also take inner qualities into consideration, especially when it comes to relationships between people.

10. Holding on those who make you suffer

Sometimes it is necessary to avoid negative people who hurt you. If they are a constant source of your pain and negative emotions, you should accept that someone you love and respect doesn’t treat you friendly. Don’t waste your valuable time to impress or prove something to these people. If you want to live a happier life, let all toxic people go. Don’t be afraid of losing someone who doesn’t feel lucky to have you. As Robert Tew once said, “Don’t let negative and toxic people rent place in your head. Raise the rent and kick them out.”

Happiness is already in your hand, but you should open your eyes to see and accept it. Try to get rid of bad habits that can dim and steal your happiness, and you will feel better and happier.

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June 20, 2014
Sleep

 

What happens in sleep? You lose consciousness by and by. There comes an interval period in which you dream. Dreaming means half-conscious, half-unconscious; just on the midway, moving towards total unconsciousness; from your waking state you are moving to total unconsciousness. On the path dreams exist. Dreams mean only that you are half-awake and half-asleep. That’s why, if you dream continuously the whole night, you feel tired in the morning. And if you are not allowed to dream, then too you will feel tired — because dreams exist for a certain reason.
In your waking hours you accumulate many things: thoughts, feelings, incomplete matters hang in the mind. You looked at a beautiful woman on the road and suddenly a desire arose in you. But you are a man of character, manners, civilized; you simply push it down, you will not look at it, you will go on with your work — an incomplete desire hangs around you. It has to be completed, otherwise you will not be able to fall into deep sleep. It will pull you back again and again. It will say, “Come up! That woman was really beautiful, her body had a charm. And you are a fool, what are you doing here? Seek her — you have missed an opportunity!”
The desire hanging there will not allow you to fall into sleep. The mind creates a dream: again you are on the road, the beautiful woman passes, but this time you are alone without any civilization around you. No manners are needed, no etiquette is needed. You are like an animal, you are natural, no morality. This is your own private world; no police constable can enter into it, no judge can judge it. You are simply alone, there will not be even a witness. Now you can play with your lust: you will have a sexual dream. That dream completes the hanging desire, then you fall into sleep. But if you continuously dream, then too you will feel tired.
If your dreams are not allowed…. In the United States they have many sleep labs, and they have come to discover this phenomenon: if a person is not allowed to dream, within three weeks he will go mad. If he is awakened again and again whenever he starts dreaming…. There are visible signs. When a person starts dreaming you can awake him. Particularly his eyelids start fluttering fast; that means he is seeing a dream. When he is not seeing a dream his eyelids rest, because when he starts seeing a dream his eyes are functioning. Awake him and do this the whole night — whenever he starts dreaming, awake him. Within three weeks he will go mad.
Sleep doesn’t seem to be so necessary. If you awake a person… whenever he is not dreaming awake him: he will feel tired, but he will not go mad. What does it mean? It means dreams are a necessity for you. You are such… you are so illusory, your whole existence is such an illusion — what Hindus have called MAYA — that dreams are needed. Without dreams you cannot exist: dreams are your food, dreams are your strength, without dreams you will go mad. Dreams are a release of madness, and once the release happens you fall into sleep.
From waking you fall into dreaming and from dreaming you fall into sleep. Every night a normal person has eight cycles of dreaming, and just a few moments between two dreaming cycles he has of deep sleep. In that deep sleep all consciousness disappears, it is absolutely dark. But still you are near the boundary, any emergency will awake you. The house is on fire, you will have to run back to your waking consciousness; or you are a mother and the child starts crying, you will run, rush, towards waking — so you remain on the boundary. You fall into deep darkness, but remain on the boundary.
In death you fall exactly to the center. Death and sleep are similar, the quality is the same. In sleep, every day, you fall into darkness, complete darkness; that means you completely become unconscious, the very opposite pole of Buddhahood. A Buddha is totally awakened, and every night you fall to total unawakened state, absolute darkness.

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Sometimes you see in a madman’s eyes an empty look — and madmen and sages are alike in certain things. A madman looks at your face, but you can see he is not looking at you. He just looks through you as if you are a glass thing, transparent; you are just in the way, he is not looking at you. And you are transparent for him: he looks beyond you, through you. He looks without looking AT you; the “at” is not present, he simply looks.

Look in the sky without looking for something, because if you look for something a cloud is bound to come: “something” means a cloud, “nothing” means the vast expanse of the blue sky. Don’t look for any object. If you look for an object, the VERY LOOK creates the object: a cloud comes, and then you are looking at a cloud. Don’t look at the clouds. Even if there are clouds, you don’t look AT them — simply look, let them float, they are there.

Suddenly a moment comes when you are attuned to this look of not-looking — clouds disappear for you, only the vast sky remains. It is difficult because eyes are focused and your eyes are tuned to look at things.

Look at a small child the first day born. He has the same eyes as a sage — or like a madman: his eyes are loose and floating. He can bring both his eyes to meet at the center; he can allow them to float to the far corners — they are not yet fixed. His system is liquid, his nervous system is not yet a structure, everything is floating. So a child looks without looking at things; it is a mad look. Watch a child: the same look is needed from you, because again you have to attain a second childhood.

Watch a madman, because the madman has fallen out of the society. Society means the fixed world of roles, games. A madman is mad because he has no fixed role now, he has fallen out: he is the perfect drop-out. A sage is also a perfect drop-out in a different dimension. He is not mad; in fact he is the only sanest possibility. But the whole world is mad, fixed — that’s why a sage also looks mad. Watch a madman: that is the look which is needed.

In old schools of Tibet they always had a madman, just for the seekers to watch his eyes. A madman was very much valued. He was searched after because a monastery could not exist without a madman. He becomes an object to observe. The seekers will observe the madman, his eyes, and then they will try to look at the world like the madman. Those days were beautiful.

In the East, madmen have never suffered like they are suffering in the West. In the East they were valued, a madman was something special. The society took care of him, he was respected, because he has certain elements of the sage, certain elements of the child. He is different from the so-called society, culture, civilization; he has fallen out of it. Of course, he has fallen down; a sage falls up, a madman falls down — that’s the difference — but both have fallen out. And they have similarities. Watch a madman, and then try to let your eyes become unfocused.

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June 19, 2014
Last days

The Last Days

The Mahâ Parinibbâna Sutta, the discourse on the passing away of the Blessed One, records in moving detail all the events that occurred during the last months and days of the Buddha’s life.

The Blessed One had now reached the ripe age of eighty; his two chief disciples, Sâriputta and Mahâ Moggallâna, had passed away three months earlier. Pajâpati Gotami, Yasodharâ, and Râhula were also no more. The Buddha was now at Vesâli, and the rainy season having come, he went together with a great company of monks to Beluva to spend the rains there. There a severe sickness fell upon him, causing him much pain and agony, but the Blessed One, mindful and self-possessed, bore it patiently. He was on the verge of death; but he felt he should not pass away without taking leave of the Order. So with a great effort of will he suppressed that illness and kept his hold on life. His sickness gradually abated, and when quite recovered he called the Venerable Ânanda, his personal attendant, and addressing him said:

"Ânanda, I am now grown old and full of years, my journey is drawing to a close. I have reached my sum of days, I am turning eighty years of age; and just as a worn-out cart, Ânanda, can only with much additional care be made to move along, so the body of the Tathågata can only be kept going with much infusion of will-power. It is only when the Tathâgata, ceasing to attend to any outward thing and to experience any worldly sensation, attains to the signless (animitta) concentration of mind, and dwells in it,it is only then that the body of the Tathâgata is at ease.

"Therefore, Ânanda, be islands unto yourselves. Be your own refuge. Have recourse to none else for refuge. Hold fast to the Dhamma as an island. Hold fast to the Dhamma as a refuge. Resort to no other refuge. Whosoever, Ânanda, either now or after I am gone, shall be islands unto themselves, refuges unto themselves, shall seek no external refuge,it is they, Ânanda, among my disciples who shall reach the very topmost height! But they must be keen to progress."

From Beluva the Buddha journeyed to the Mahâvana, and there calling up an assembly of all the monks residing in the neighbourhood of Vesâli, addressed them saying: “Disciples, the Dhamma realized by me, I have made known to you. Make yourselves masters of the Dhamma, practise it, meditate upon it, and spread it abroad: out of pity for the world, for the good and the gain and welfare of gods and men.”

The Buddha concluded his exhortation by saying:

"My age is now full ripe, my life draws to its close;
I leave you, I depart, relying on myself alone!
Be earnest then, O disciples, holy, full of thought!
Be steadfast in resolve! Keep watch o’er your own hearts!
Who wearies not but holds fast to this Truth and Law
Shall cross this sea of life, shall make an end of grief.”

Worn out with sickness, with feeble limbs, the Blessed One now journeyed on with much difficulty, followed by the Venerable Ânanda and a great company of monks. Even in this last, long, wearisome journey of his, the Buddha never failed in his attention to others. He instructed Cunda, the smith, who offered him his last meal. Then on the way, he stopped for Pukkusa, a disciple of Âlâra Kâlâma, replied to all his questions, and so instructed him that Pukkusa offered himself as a follower of the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Sangha.

The Blessed One now reached the Sâla Grove of the Mallas at Kusinârâ,the journey’s end. Knowing that here would be his last resting place, he told the Venerable Ânanda: “I am weary, Ânanda, and would lie down. Spread over for me the couch with its head to the north between the twin såla trees.”

He then lay down on his right side, composed and mindful, with one leg resting on the other. Speaking now to the Venerable Ânanda, the Blessed One said:

"They who fulfil the greater and lesser duties, they who are correct in life, walking according to the precepts,it is they who rightly honour, reverence, and venerate the Tathâgata, the Perfect One, with the worthiest homage. Therefore, Ânanda, be steady in the fulfilment of the greater and the lesser duties, and be correct in life, walking according to the precepts. Thus, Ânanda, should you train yourselves."

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June 13, 2014
Terrorism

 ’T E R R O R I S M’ ” : -

" Everything is deeply related with everything else that happens. The event of terrorism is certainly related with what is happening in the society. The society is falling apart. Its old order, discipline, morality, religion, everything has been found to be wrongly based. It has lost its power over people’s conscience.

Terrorism simply symbolizes that to destroy human beings does not matter, that there is nothing in human beings which is indestructible, that it is all matter — and you cannot kill matter, you can only change its form. Once man is taken to be only a combination of matter, and no place is given for a spiritual being inside him, then to kill becomes just play.

The nations are irrelevant because of nuclear weapons. If the whole world can be destroyed together within minutes the alternative can only be that the whole world should be together. Now it cannot remain divided; its division is dangerous, because division can become war any moment. The division cannot be tolerated. Only one war is enough to destroy everything, and there is not much time left for man to understand that we should create a world where the very possibility of war does not exist.

Terrorism has many undercurrents. One is that because of nuclear weapons, the nations are pouring their energy into that field, thinking that the old weapons are out of date. They are out of date, but individuals can start using them. And you cannot use nuclear weapons against individuals — that would be simply stupid. One individual terrorist throws a bomb — it does not justify that a nuclear missile should be sent.

What I want to emphasize is that the nuclear weapon has given individual people a certain freedom to use old weapons, a freedom which was not possible in the old days because the governments were also using the same weapons.

My understanding is that the way he has lived, man needs every ten to twelve years — a war. He accumulates so much anger, so much rage, so much violence, that nothing short of a war will give him release. So, war after war, there is a gap of only ten to fifteen years. That gap is a kind of relaxation. But again you start accumulating, because the same psychology is working — the same jealousy, the same violence.

And man is basically a hunter; he is not by nature vegetarian. First he became a hunter, and for thousands of years he was just a meat-eater, and cannibalism was prevalent everywhere. To eat human beings caught from the opposing tribe you were fighting with was perfectly ethical. All that is carried in the unconscious of humanity.

Religions have imposed things on man very superficially; his unconscious is not in agreement. Every man is living in a disagreement with himself. So whenever he can find a chance — for a beautiful cause; freedom, democracy, socialism — any beautiful word can become an umbrella to hide his ugly unconscious, which simply wants to destroy and enjoys destruction.

It has been observed by psychologists that in wartime people are more happy than in peacetime. In wartime their life has a thrill; in peacetime they look bored. In wartime, early in the morning they are searching for the newspaper, listening to the radio. Things may be happening far away, but they are excited. Something in them feels an affinity.

A war that should have happened somewhere between 1955 and 1960 has not happened, and man is burdened with the desire to kill, with the desire to destroy. It is just that he wants good names for it.

Terrorism is going to become bigger and bigger, because the third world war is almost impossible. And the stupid politicians have no other alternative. Terrorism simply means that what was being done on a social scale now has to be done individually. It will grow. It can only be prevented if we change the very base of human understanding — which is a Himalayan task; more so because these same people whom you want to change will fight you; they won’t allow you to change them easily.

In fact they love bloodshed; they don’t have the courage to say so.

The hunter was satisfied in the war. Now the war has stopped and perhaps there is no possibility for it. The hunter is back; now we cannot fight collectively. Each individual has to do something to release his own steam.

Things are interconnected. The first thing that has to be changed is that man should be made more rejoicing — which all the religions have killed. The real criminals are not caught. These are the victims, the terrorists and other criminals.

It is all the religions who are the real criminals, because they have destroyed all possibilities of rejoicing. They have destroyed the possibility of enjoying small things of life; they have condemned everything that nature provides you to make you happy, to make you feel excited, feel pleasant.

They have taken everything away; and if they have not been able to take a few things away because they are so ingrained in your biology — like sex — they have at least been able to poison them.

So man has tried, and religions have helped him to get rid of it — thousands of disciplines and strategies have been used. The total result is that sex is there, but poisoned. That word poisoned is a tremendous insight. Religions have not been able to take it away, but they have been certainly successful in poisoning it.

And the same is the situation about other things: religions are condemning your living in comfort. Now, a man who is living in comfort and luxury cannot become a terrorist. Religions have condemned riches, praised poverty; now, a man who is rich cannot be a terrorist. Only the “blessed ones” who are poor can be terrorists — because they have nothing to lose, and they are boiling up against the whole of society because others have things they don’t have.

Religions have been trying to console them. But then came communism — a materialist religion — which provoked people and said to them, “Your old religions are all opium to the people, and it is not because of your evil actions in this life or in past lives that you are suffering poverty. It is because of the evil exploitation of the bourgeois, the super-rich that you are suffering.”

What religions have somehow been consoling people with — although it was wrong and it was cunning and it was a lie, but it kept people in a state of being half asleep — communism suddenly made them aware of. That means this world is now never going to be peaceful if we don’t withdraw all the rotten ideas that have been implanted in man.

The first are the religions — their values should be removed so that man can smile again, can laugh again, can rejoice again, can be natural again. Second, what communism is saying has to be put clearly before the people — that it is psychologically wrong. You are falling from one trap into another. No two men are equal; hence the idea of equality is nonsense. And if you decide to be equal then you have to accept a dictatorship of the proletariat. That means you have to lose your freedom.

First the church took away your freedom, the God took away your freedom. Now communism replaces your church, and it will take away your freedom. And without freedom you cannot rejoice. You live in fear, not in joy. If we can clean the basement of the human mind’s unconscious… and that’s what my work is. It can be cleaned away.

The terrorism is not in the bombs, in your hands; the terrorism is in your unconscious. Otherwise, this state of affairs is going to grow more bitter. And it seems all kinds of blind people have bombs in their hands and are throwing them at random.

The new situation is that every human being needs to go through therapies, needs to understand his unconscious intentions, needs to go through meditations so that he can calm down, become cool — and look towards the world with a new perspective, of silence.”

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