Encyclopaedia of Buddhism:   (Volume VII)

Encyclopaedia of Buddhism: (Volume VII)

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Author: M G Chitkara
Publisher: APH Publishing Corporation
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 818
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8176481866


As part of a 21-volume series, this book provides insight into the truth of the impermanence, suffering and impersonality of all corporal and mental phenomena of existence is Vipassana mediation.

The meditation, which leads to insight, used in Theravada; recommended by the Buddha. Meditation is the way to god, the truth. There is no other way to truth. Truth is not something ready-made.

Truth is something that you have to discover by becoming somewhere else, but within you own being. You are truth covered by unconsciousness. Meditation is nothing but a device to make you aware of your real self.

Awareness of breathing is helpful is kundalini practice. It generates energy. It conserves energy and helps the life force to go upward.

Sahasrar and brahma randhra are the names given to the seventh charka in kundalini yoga. If you do not work on kundalini, if you work on the third body, then too you will reach this point, but it will not be known as brahma randhra, and the first six charkas will not be there. You have gone through another passage, so the milestones with be different, but the end will be the same. All the seven bodies are connected with the seventh chakra, so from anywhere on can reach it. The serpent symbol was chosen to represent the phenomenon of Kundalini.

We have created idols of God Because we cannot perceive an abstraction. We know that the word god is not God, but we have to use the word. The word is a symbol. We know that the word god is a symbol, a term, and not actually God, but we will have to use its. And this is the paradox: when you know that something is not a fact, but also know that it is not a fiction, that it is a necessity, and a real one, then you must transcent the symbol. Then you must be beyond it, and you must know the beyond also.

The feeling of Kundalini is like the movement of a serpent-are just symbolic, but they correspond with reality. The same movement is there, the subtle movement, just like a snake, is there. The force is there, the golden appearance is there-and all of this corresponds to the symbol of the snake.


Stanic Hurdles
Way to Enlightenment
Insight Meditation
Vipassana Meditation
Insight Vipassana, The Mindfulness
Overcome Restlessness Through Vipassana
Samatha & Vipassana
Samatha Meditation
Metta Meditation
Essence of Meditation in Dzogechen practice
Universal love
The Transcendental love With God
Aim of Meditation- Removal of Ignorance
Lotus Sutra, the Philosophy of Life
Truth is Panacea For Ills of Life
Meditation Doctrine in Hinayana
Doctrine of Meditation in Mahayana
Mantrism Synonym of Vajrayana
Esoteric Doctrine: Tantra: Esoteric Buddhism
Buddhism Better Known as Mantrism
Mantra Protects Through Purification of Mind
Yantra, Mantra & Tantra
Japa & Meditation
Prayer & Meditation
Meditation On God: Buddhism
Karma Yoga: Preparatory to Meditation
Ego Free Living
The Highest Spiritual Discipline
Foundation to Build Spiritual Edifice
Bodhisattva Deeds
Bodhisattva Traditions
Meditate and Be Compassionate
Pure Consciousness
Be Natural
On Your Path, Be A Light
Meditation & Samadhi
The Science of Reality: Brahma Vidya
Sila Samadhi & Prajna
Symbol Workship, Preparatory To Meditation
No Mind Means Pure Mind
Freedom Contains All
Dharma Wish Fulfilling Tree
Spiritual Enlightenment & Meditation
Contentment is Meditation
Meditation: A Gentle System of Healing
Self Sacrifice Means Surrender
Redemption Through Self
Eternal Quest & The Desires
Unending Waves of Desire & Death
Kalchakra: Wheel of Time
The Aura & Chakra
Silence is more Eloquent
True Nature of All Phenomena
A Sensitive Conscious
Mahamudra realisation
Peace of Mind : A Way of life
Penetration and Filtration Process of meditation
The Enlightened
The Fundamental Teaching of Quran: Universalisation in Belief

Appraisal & Sup Up


Appendix I: Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Sanskrit in Roman English & English)