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« on: Feb 10, 2010 12:05 pm »

1. Prayer
2. Chant or affirmation
3. techniques 20-20-20 breathing first
4. stillness
5  devotion
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 20, 2010 01:44 am »

what is the difference, stillness and devotion ?

stillness - silence, listening for God ?

devotion - silent prayer ?

same or different mediation for morning and night ?
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 20, 2010 03:24 pm »

devotion....Ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle.

stillness....The state or an instance of being quiet or calm.

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« Reply #3 on: Aug 21, 2010 04:30 pm »

just found this at answers.com  ...interesting  Smiley

bhak·ti   (bŭk'tē)
n. Hinduism

A path to achieving salvation through loving devotion to a particular deity, open to all persons irrespective of sex or caste.


[Sanskrit bhaktiḥ, devotion, from bhajati, he apportions.]




Religion: Bhakti
ReligionTo follow a Hindu spiritual path is to follow Bhakti, or dedication to a personal deity of love, mercy, and grace who calls for devotion and surrender. This concept is similar in practice, if not in theology, to the Christian concept of salvation. Hindus prefer the word devotion, a personal response to the feeling that one is separated from the ground of one's being. Although the Hindu concept of "God" is far different from the traditional Western understanding, in Bhakti a chosen deity manifests itself to the individual and calls for personal devotion. The deity is only one expression of the divine, which is unknowable and impossible to define.

(See also Brahman/Atman)


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Bhakti (Devanāgarī: भक्ति, Sanskrit: devotion, or portion)



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« Reply #4 on: Aug 21, 2010 08:06 pm »

just found this at answers.com  ...interesting  Smiley

bhak·ti   (bŭk'tē)
n. Hinduism

A path to achieving salvation through loving devotion to a particular deity, open to all persons irrespective of sex or caste.


[Sanskrit bhaktiḥ, devotion, from bhajati, he apportions.]




Religion: Bhakti
ReligionTo follow a Hindu spiritual path is to follow Bhakti, or dedication to a personal deity of love, mercy, and grace who calls for devotion and surrender. This concept is similar in practice, if not in theology, to the Christian concept of salvation. Hindus prefer the word devotion, a personal response to the feeling that one is separated from the ground of one's being. Although the Hindu concept of "God" is far different from the traditional Western understanding, in Bhakti a chosen deity manifests itself to the individual and calls for personal devotion. The deity is only one expression of the divine, which is unknowable and impossible to define.

(See also Brahman/Atman)


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Bhakti (Devanāgarī: भक्ति, Sanskrit: devotion, or portion)



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It is a strange thing how people often write things that are an answer to other questions at the time. 'God help me be a channel thru which your love flows and an inspiration to truth seeking souls everywhere.' That prayer works over the years. You will see it manifest thru your service to others and the service others provide to you in reciprocity.

'The deity is only one expression of the divine, which is unknowable and impossible to define.' Very Buddhist in description.

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« Reply #5 on: Aug 21, 2010 10:18 pm »

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It is a strange thing how people often write things that are an answer to other questions at the time
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 Grin  did i make a boo-b00 ? 

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'God help me be a channel thru which your love flows and an inspiration to truth seeking souls everywhere.'


^^^  this affirmation is a good one...it works  Cheesy
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It is a strange thing how people often write things that are an answer to other questions at the time
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 Grin  did i make a boo-b00 ? 

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'God help me be a channel thru which your love flows and an inspiration to truth seeking souls everywhere.'


^^^  this affirmation is a good one...it works  Cheesy

If you hav de boo boo would you geve it up. I need de boo boo. There is notheen stranger than being who I tend to be.  Undecided Zack Zeek Ziner
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« Reply #7 on: Aug 22, 2010 03:06 pm »

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