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The Art Of Agile Practice: A Composite Approach For Projects And Organizations
Auerbach Publications,
January 31, 2013
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J. Krishnamurti : www.jkrishnamurti.org
Meditation is one of the Greatest arts in life – perhaps the greatest, and one cannot possibly learn it from anybody, that is the beauty of it. It has no technique and therefore no authority…. So Meditation can take place when you are sitting in a bus or walking in the woods full of light and shadows, or listening to the singing of birds or looking at the face of your wife or child (from Freedom from the Known. P 158. Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd., India, 1969) There is Meditation, and there is the Meditator; And Meditation is not for the Meditator.
Sri Ramana Maharshi : www.ramana-maharshi.org
“When I try to meditate, I am unable to do so because my mind wanders. What should I do?” “Your question furnishes the answer. First, with regard to the first part of the question, you say you concentrate, but do not succeed. ‘You’ means ‘the Self’. On what do you concentrate? Where do you fail? Are there two selves, for the one self to concentrate on the other? Which is the self now complaining of failure? There cannot be two selves. There is only one Self. That need not concentrate.
Talk 328 (Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi)
Osho : www.osho.com
Just a glimpse of him, And we are in Love (Ikku)
If you set out to Meditate, it will Not be Meditation. Meditation is not concentration. Meditation is to be aware of every thought and of every feeling, never to say it is right or wrong but just to watch it and move with it. …this silence is Meditation in which the Meditator is Entrely Absent, for the mind has emptied itself of the past.
Osho (Zen and the Art of Enlightenment P 151, 144, 162)
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