One of the signs that a person's mind is beginning to mature is to know that there is no reason for something.
Reader: good teacher, I have one last question. I have been wondering, but I just don't know how to explain it. For example, a lack of spirit like me should be born. My mother said that when I was a baby, I slept so flat that my head was very flat. When I was a child, I was thin at the beginning of school, and became refreshed as soon as I had a winter and summer vacation.
I can't stop burping when I sit still. What should I do?
Reader: Hello, generous teacher! In fact, I have always wanted to ask the generous teacher a question. I began to meditate regularly for 15 years, and then, especially in the past 2 years, when I meditated, I burped and vomited, and it was very difficult to enter the stillness. Now I burp a little less, and I can be quiet for a while, but it is still not ideal. So I would like to ask the generous teacher that burping is exhausting turbid gas, right? but after 2-3 years, it is difficult to meditate. Is there any way not to hiccup when meditating? I think it's meaningless not to meditate.
The more planned a person is, the more he can adapt to change!
On the Internet, you can often see the daily life plans of a big entrepreneur, a big star, and a leader. When and what to do, you will see that the plans of these people are very clear. These people with strong abilities still need a clear plan, which shows that it is good to have a plan. However, many ordinary people do not have a life plan. They often say that instead of taking things step by step, it is better to let nature take its course. Plans that fail to keep up with changes are often useless and do not make plans at all. This is obviously wrong.
The first step to wisdom: to know that you don't know
Knowledge is not knowing. Knowledge looks like knowing, so many people are deceived by it. Knowledge is just information. Knowledge cannot transform you, and you remain the same. The information you accumulate is constantly increasing, but instead of liberating you, it becomes a burden and continues to create new shackles for you.
Blocking, falling bloating obviously subsided, refreshed after practice, two conscious out-of-body experiences!
Reader 1: the teacher cried bitterly again during practice today. In the past, I reported that my nose was sore every time I held my breath, which was the kind of feeling that I wanted to cry, but because the time of holding my breath was short, I didn't feel sour at the beginning of my next breath. I couldn't help crying after holding my breath today, and I couldn't keep breathing at all, so I began to cry when I was at the heart and throat chakra. When I came to the eyebrow chakra, I felt that I could not cry, so I continued to follow the rhythm. Later, when I meditated, I felt that I wanted to cry but I felt that I could not cry. Did I vent my subconscious negative emotions? in fact, in my daily life, I think I have nothing to suffer from. I feel that I have let go of the pain. Now I don't know what I'm crying about. I can only think of it as a negative emotion that I am not aware of from the bottom of my heart.
When do you feel the warmest?
If someone asks you now, when is your warmest time, what will you say? maybe most adults can't answer it. My child asked me this one day, and I didn't give myself a convincing answer. I asked her why, and she said it was the teacher's question. I asked her what her answer was, and she said she didn't answer.
Follow your feelings, right?
People often ask if they want to follow their own feelings. Follow your feelings, right? not exactly. People always want to determine what is right and what is wrong, and always want to set a standard, which in itself is impossible. There is no absolute standard. What people call right, not absolute. Absolutely, absolutely right, must be complete, complete.