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Life as Meditation - Interviews, Testimonials, Experiences

—Interviews reflecting on Life as Meditation—

Life as Meditation - Doreen Connors
"This is nearly impossible to describe, the "how" of the way one's awakening unfolds. I have heard that many people are spiritual seekers. I cannot characterize what happened "to me" as a result of a 'search' -most definitely not the case for me. I know of folks who considered themselves "seekers" and then stopped seeking, and discovered who they are.""
—Doreen Connors

From a Meditation Interview with Doreen Connors
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Life as Meditation - Oldriska Balouskova
"When I first started meditating on a regular basis, I put too much effort into it. I tried to get somewhere. Eventually I realized that meditation is another name for simply being aware of what is- that I am already "home"- that there is nowhere to go- that the only thing "to do" is to allow myself to sink deeper into this moment now.""
—Oldriska Balouskova

From a Meditation Interview with Oldriska Balouskova
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Life as Meditation - Genjo Marinello Osho
" Slowly but surely all of life becomes the continuous mindfulness practice of being fully present to whatever activity one is engaged in. As I understand it, this is the point of more structured meditation such as zazen to be the foundation of a life of mindfulness and being present to the presence in all that we do.

Being "present to the presence" is being aware of the "absolute" or "emptiness" or "inconceivable" in everything and in all that we do. I see a progression of practice from chanting, to silence (zazen), to simple motion (kinhin) such as walking, running, Tai Chi..., to simple work (samu) such as sweeping, weeding, chopping vegetables..., to more complex behavior such as one's work place, relationships and even politics."
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—Genjo Marinello Osho

From a Meditation Interview with Genjo Marinello Osho
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