In Be A Meditator medi-buddies

Meditation is a true gift for the world


Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator medi-buddies

Let us begin each day with meditation


Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator medi-buddies

Set your heart on doing good


Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator medi-buddies

The little things ...


Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator

Thailand cave rescue, how meditation helped the boys survive


Recently, 12 boys and their coach were rescued from the Tham Luang Nang Non cave complex in Thailand. The boys were there for 9 days before being rescued. What kept them alive? 

Their coach, 25-year-old Ekkapol Chantawong had been taught meditation at a monastery in Mae Sai, Thailand for 10 years. According to sources, the coach told the boy to meditate in the cave, keep calm and preserve their energy during the two-week-long ordeal.

Being trapped underground in a blocked off cave must have been nervewracking. The first, second or third day, panic would have set in and hope would have gone. Only a skill like meditation could have given the team the energy to go through this ordeal. Like the rest of the world, we are also jubilant that they have survived. We are sad for the passing of Thai Ex-Navy-Seal Saman Kunan and wish peace on him. And grateful to all the divers, people, governments, including the Indian government that sent water pumping equipment. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. 

My (Saurabh) own understanding was that even if you do not want to meditate, do not intend to meditation, are not able to find the time to meditate, just learn it. It will come to your aid when all else fails. 



You can read the full story in the original article herehttp://www.wionews.com/world/thai-cave-rescue-when-first-found-boys-were-meditating-150436 


Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator medi-buddies

I am doing this every night ...



On a serious note though, if we meditate the last thing at night, the mind can maintain the calmer state through a large portion of the night. 

Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

In Be A Meditator

Celebrating Other's Achievements


With the football fever on, everyday we see one team winning and another team losing. It is part of the game. Sometimes we have to accept that we can't be winning all the time.

If  we can leave aside the results ( to be analysed later for the betterment of game) and start celebrating with the winner team? We will observe, that failure takes back seat.
 Meditation can imbibe the art of celebrating others achievements, as if they were our own. Thus a feeling of failure is replaced with a feeling of oneness. 

Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1

0 Comments

Popular Posts