Tag Archives: meditation

Response to Brad Warner’s Annoyed Reaction to Ken Wilber’s Brain Waves

As I’ve obviously stated in the title of the this blog post, this is a response to Brad Warner’s article published on Suicide Girls blog. In that article he compared Ken Wilber stopping-his-brain-waves video to the art of street juggling. Since I’m the unnamed “Facebook friend” and “commenter” Brad referred to who posted the video […]

Shinzen Young @ Google Tech Talks – Divide and Conquer, Untangle and Be Free

In the Science of Enlightenment series Shinzen Young mentioned that one of his dreams is to teach meditation at ivy league “Ivy Plus” universities, like M.I.T. I’m not sure how far Shinzen had accomplished that dream. However, just recently, Shinzen had the opportunity to share his approach to mindfulness meditation to a bunch of geeky […]

Why Shinzen Young is My Main Dharma Teacher

In the beginning of this year, 2009, I’ve made a connection to a geeky dharma teacher. Since then I’ve made significant progress in my meditation practice and still going strong. In fact, as a result, I’ve made meditation as an integral part of my lifestyle. I owe a lot of this to my main dharma […]

Shinzen Young On Lucid Dreaming and The Five Ways

I’ve been applying Shinzen Young’s Five Ways approach to my meditation practice for almost a year now and all I can say is that I’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of it. It had dramatically improved my sitting meditation, relieved my migraine headaches, made me consistent with my open practice, and most importantly, it […]

Charles Tart on the Science of Meditation

If you think you know what meditation is, think again. Here’s Charles Tart’s lecture on the science of meditation. Go and watch the 9-part video and do away with whatever limited views you may have on the nature of meditation.