Enough is enough

2019-07-05T14:50:49+02:00September 8th, 2013|

Angry man“Meditate with a free mental attitude.” “Repeat the meditation sound with as little effort as possible.” “Go back to the sound as gently as you can at the time.” – You […]

The elephant in the forest

2019-07-06T22:07:53+02:00June 1st, 2011|

Indian psychoanalyst Sudhir Kakar compares the unconscious to a usually good-natured elephant that we cannot really control. He writes, 'the unconscious demands respect, even awe, not only for its uncanny knowledge but also for its terrible power'.

At the frontier

2019-07-06T22:11:48+02:00December 16th, 2010|

into the wildernessA life controlled by the fear of ending up outside our area of mental freedom risks becoming an empty routine and a life unlived. Acting with a free mental attitude produces change, because it accepts that the grating, jerking, annoying and unwanted are also a part of us.

Climbing in shifting spontaneous activity

2019-07-06T22:14:20+02:00October 2nd, 2010|

Last week, I wrote about what climbing could tell us about the free mental attitude in meditation. This time around, I would like to compare the rock you climb on with the spontaneous activity in meditation.

A three-way dance

2019-07-06T22:15:38+02:00September 11th, 2010|

In Acem Meditation, the active self leads the dance while the receptive self follows, and the spontaneous self brings in a liberating and unconventional element. A psychologically mature personality needs all three selves, says Turid Suzanne Berg-Nielsen.

Music, meditation and marketing

2019-07-06T22:16:38+02:00August 21st, 2010|

Always intrigued by new possibilities, Daniel Roob runs his own marketing business. He is creative and passionate and a great lover of music in different forms: pop, jazz, soul, gospel, classical. Meditation helps him to stay grounded and establish a strong and stable inner core.

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