If Freedom Is Your Only Option: Integrating Meditation with Life
When you meditate, there are so many questions that arise in your mind. You want to know their answers desperately. This book is a compilation of such questions asked by students of Z Meditation Retreats. Ajay Kapoor, the meditation teacher, says that his only job is to create space in the mind so that the divine can flow freely. These answers are therefore not his answers. The universal Intelligence is the only true teacher.
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What is meditation?
What is mind?
How is a personality formed?
What is the meaning of detachment?
Why should one get detached?
Can you prove that Self is the source of the mind?
How to reach inner stillness and experience the Self?
Why do they emphasize living in the present
What about my future plans and ambitions?
Isnt future also a possible reality?
What is bondage and what is freedom?
Is the purpose of meditation not to think at all?
If my happiness is within myself why do I feel
Is mind a static and unchangeable entity?
Are there some people in the world who will never
For transcending the mind how can you use
Does it not sound like too tedious and boring?
want to overcome anger Will meditation help?
What is the highest duty in life?
Why do duties always appear heavy and tiring?
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