He aquí tres sencillos secretos para hacer del Entrenamiento en los Bardos un hábito– un hábito que esté sustentado por tu estilo de vida actual.
Empieza por lo pequeño
Es más fácil encajar en tu horario un hábito que sea pequeño, y mucho más fácil hacer que se instaure. Lisa y llanamente ¡es rápido! Esa es la razón por la que empiezas con un simple ejercicio de Entrenamiento en los Bardos que te lleva 10-20 minutos de tu día. Continue reading
1. What is it that you wish to do?
Set the Intention. Get very clear about what you want to do. If it is to meditate. Then tell yourself “I want to mediate.”
2. How long, how much, how far, how ???
How long, how much, how far, how wide, how loud — whatever parameters make sense? Perhaps something along the lines of “I want to mediate for 20 minutes.” Or, “I want to run 3 miles.”
3. What is this thing you are committing to?
Write down a description of this thing you are intending to do.
It may seem so simple and straightforward that you can’t imagine how writing down a description would help. Good, then it should be easy to write down. Whether it seems obvious to you are not, write down a short description. This will help in the process. Continue reading
Here’s 3 simple secrets to making Bardo Training into a habit — a habit that is supported by your current lifestyle.
A tiny habit is easier to squeeze into your schedule and much easier to stick to — plain and simple it is fast! That’s why you start with a simple Bardo Training exercise takes just 10-20 minutes of your day. Continue reading
Marathons and sprints are entirely different types of events. A runner will approach each of these events in a totally different way. A sprint requires a large, fast, but short duration expenditure of effort. A marathon is a much longer race requiring a consistent effort over a longer period of time.
Both events require will. But, a slightly different type of will in each case. Continue reading
A group of folks at the “Thursday with Xxaxx” generated a list of possible uses for the Triads. Or, perhaps we could call this a list of “I hope it works for ______” list. See bottom of this blog for the full list.
Here are the top selections based on popular selection by those attending:
Top 30 Hoped For Uses of a Triad
- Invocation of presence
- Gathering parallel word skills and abilities
- Enhancing creative inspiration (such as for art, poetry writing, music)
- Blessing in general
- Balancing the chi in your body
- Welcoming intuition
- Strengthen the essential self
- Seeing people, places, or situations clearly
- Replacing addictive patterns
- Help bring higher bodies into being
- Enhance healing
- Directing energy
- Dehypnotize oneself
- Connecting with Angelic entities
- Cleansing a space
- Assisting the reading of artifacts
- The “I wish I hadn’t done that” series of possible uses
- Stop rumination
- Revitalize chakras
- Locating portals
- Inspiration in art, poetry and writing
- Increase perseverance,
- Get more restful sleep
- Generate prosperity
- Enhance skills & talents,
- Enhance concentration focus
- Developing telepathy
- Connect with parallel and past lives
- Cleaning negative energy
As promised the full list
Accommodate jet lag
Anchor useful states for easy recall
As a meditation aid
assist astral travel
assist remote viewing
Assisting the reading of artifacts
assisting with working the gold claim
Balancing the chi in your body
Better contact in resonance
Better focus while reading
Blessing in general
Blessing the food
Calm the mind
Charging water and food
Cleaning a relationship
Cleaning negative energy
cleansing a space of stale or negative energy
Cleansing the space of stale or negative energy
Clear light readings
Connect with other beings
Connect with parallel present and past lives
Connecting with Angelic entities
Connecting with others
Deal with post partum blues
decreasing susceptibility to negative unseen influences
Define 8 points to identify a space.
Detect watchers or connections
Energizing the reading
Enforce an abundance mindset
enhance attention for orb running
enhance black white grey discernment
enhance concentration, focus
enhance contact for orb running
Enhance flavor of food
enhance flow of orb attributes into this life frame
enhance lucid dreaming
Enhance properties of the ingredients
enhance skills and talents
enhance telepathic contact
Enhance the soil
enhancing beacon work
enhancing creative inspiration (such as for art, poetry writing, music)
enhancing group awareness (such as for band practice or POG work)
enhancing PUP contact
Feng shui in buildings
Finding lost objects
For finding your soul mate
Gathering parallel world skills, abilities
Get more restful sleep
Getting rid of this friggin headache
Growing healthy plants
Harnessing hate and anger
Heal the soil
Help bring higher bodies into being
Help learn a language
help relax (to enjoy the voyage)
Help while tripping in psychedelic spaces
Improve acting skills
Improving and enhancing moods
Increase decrease chi
increase or decrease the chi in part of the body
increase our necessity for new organs to come into being
increase scope of vision
Increased attention while running orb
Increased contact while running orbs
increasing the fertility or chi of a garden, house, or building (Feng Shui)
Inspiration in art, poetry and writing
Invocation of presence
Literally seeing through into another dimension.
Make a connection
Manage fear of flying
Manage the weather
More effective orb run
Neutralize negative thoughts
opening access to crystalline intelligences
Overcoming a writer’s block
Pay more attention
Plant growth improvement
Prepare you to perform
Prevent people from stealing yogurt from the teachers lounge.
Psychic self defense
Recharging or enhancing amulets
Reduce performance anxiety
Removal of curses
Replacing addictive patterns
Reset sleep cycle
Scanning the body for tension.
Seal the cube of space
Searching for gold on a claim
seeing people, places, or situations clearly
seeing who’s watching me (those who are not invited here)
Sign, seal, and deliver.
Stop panic attacks
Strengthening the essential self
Synchronize mind/body rhythms
Testing ones own ideas for validity
The “I wish I hadn’t done that” series of possible uses.
To stop giving a fuck about unimportant things
Training for war
Use the dark side of the force
Witness and remember dreams
A question was asked recently: “Hi..why does feeling peaceful feel unnatural and pain spiritual”
Here’s a portion of the reply: Continue reading
(Speaking of UBIK, here’s an interview with Dead Dick. Courtesy of the Bardotown Gazette.)
Bardotown Gazette Reporter (BG): Dick, how do you like being dead?
Dead Dick (DD): Tell me the truth, did you really like your first beer or cup of coffee? Didn’t it take a bit of getting used to? Death, like beer and coffee, is an acquired taste. As it is now, I wouldn’t want to live without being dead.
BG: Have you been working on any new books since your terminus?
DD: I have made some furtive attempts at ghost writing. So far I have not been able to find any Lightsiders that could put themselves and their own interests aside long enough to get even a novella out. I shouldn’t make it sound so negative. I have a coup
le of good prospects even as we speak. The trick seems to be to let them think that they are stealing my ideas and style for their own purposes. You may see some pretty interesting material during the next few years. I only hope they can learn to spell, punctuate and use grammar. Don’t you know that it must be a law somewhere that “those who are able are not willing and those who are willing are not able.”
BG: Were you satisfied with your recent lifetime, Dick?
DD: As you know, I am many different authors scattered throughout history — much like fingers poking through a piece of paper. From one perspective they look independent. But, when one is aware of the “hand-ness” that connects them, the synchronicities of action and cooperativeness of efforts no longer looks miraculous or mysterious. It is taken for granted that the fingers of a hand will work in concert. My most recent sojourn into the Lightside was quite useful. However, I think the most satisfying was
that cave thing in France. To tell a story within the constraints of a single wall was quite invigorating. I just wish we’d had a better blue to work with.
BG: Do you have anything that you would like to relate to our Lightside readers?
DD: First of all, has it occurred to you that your experience of me is just ink on pressed wood pulp? If you look too closely (as with a magnifying glass) even this black and white existence is shown to be a semi-organized chaos of dots. It’s all in the reading.
Each sculpture may be a communication.
That communication may be from you to another, you to yourself, another to you, or another to another, or any combination or all of the above.
The language of sculpture is rich with possibility.
Look, it’s real simple. When you are making a sculpture it does not matter whether you choose to work in abstract, post modern, or realism. As long as you are true to the materials and to the essence of the sculpture you can’t go wrong.
Admittedly some forms have different requirements of the materials. Let’s face it, if you are aiming to create a bust of “Joan of Arc” then working with bricks, sponge and wire mesh is not the way to go – unless you intend to create a rather large abstracted piece.
When visiting with a friend while incarnated it is easy, normal, and natural for them to think of me as this human biological machine. Mostly that is what they see, hear, touch, smell, etc. Continue reading
In a recent online workshop as part of a larger topic, E.J. Gold mentioned that there are many different types of meditation. This should not have come as a surprise. When presented with the notion, it is obviously true. Of course there are many different types of meditation. Thing is, until this invisible elephant is brought to light it is all too easy to fall into the trap of treating all meditation as the same.
Well, of course they are not.
Different meditation forms can have different methods – obvious enough.
And, different meditation forms can have different goals and results – hmmm, now this is interesting to mull over once or twice.
Contrary to what this foreword may be suggesting, this article is not about the variety of meditation types. Nor is it about different possible goals and results.
I just thought it would be useful for the reader to be notified that not all meditation is the same and that, in fact, different forms of meditation can have quite different goals and aims.
This article will address one specific form of meditation – Cognitive Mindful Meditation. Continue reading