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FAQ on Meditation



The Dhammakaya Technique

001 Where is the centre of our body and mind ?
002 What is the meaning of 'Samma-Araham', and why repeat it ?
003 Why is the crystal ball used as the object of meditation in the Dhammakaya technique ?
004 With meditation aren't we supposed to free our mind of all attachment? Why then do we attach to a crystal ball?
005 Can meditation be dangerous?
006 When we meditate, why is the pathway of the crystal ball through the right nostril for men, and through the left nostril for women?
007 When I meditate I'm not sure if I'm focussing exactly at the centre of the body two finger breadths above the navel or not. How can I be certain?

Other methods of meditation

008 Is Dhammakaya meditation compatible with 'mindfulness of breathing'?
009 Is there any relationship between Dhammakaya meditation and the cultivation of life-force in the Chinese art of Qi-gong?

Conditions for Meditation

010 Does the food you eat influence meditation?
011 Does one need to abstain from sex in order to practise meditation?
012 Are there any prohibitions which the meditator should observe?

Hindrances

013 Why can't I keep my mind still during meditation?
014 If I lose my concentration during meditation because of disturbance, do I need to start again?
015 If, in meditation, the crystal ball appears in front of you instead of at the centre what should one do?
016 What should you do if no clear image is attained?
017 Sometimes when I meditate, I feel strain on my forehead. What should I do?
018 During meditation, there is something making my body and hands move by themselves. Is this correct meditation?
019 When I meditate, when I come to a certain point I suddenly feel intensely thirsty. Why is this?
020 Why does my head feel heavy during meditation? What's the problem?
021 Why does my head feel heavy after meditation?
022 Is it true that we come across 'evil' in meditation in the same way that the Buddha encountered Mara before his Enlightenment?
023 If disturbing images arise during meditation, how can one cope?
024 What if I fall asleep halfway though meditation?
025 Why should we feel sleepy when the mind reaches a calm and peaceful state?

Miscellaneous

026 What do the Ninth and Tenth Precepts entail?
027 What is the point of meditating if you have no problems in the first place?

Progress in Meditation

028 Why can I still not visualize the crystal ball after two sessions?
029 Why is my mind sometimes peaceful, but at other times restless?
030 How should one proceed if success comes early?

Meditation and its relationship with other phenomena

031 What is the difference between meditation and self-hypnotism?
032 Should one still be in touch with one's surroundings during meditation?
033 How does meditation increase one's intelligence?

Meditation and Sleep

034 Can meditation replace sleep?
035 How can meditation help insomnia?
036 Why should meditation before bed keep one awake longer?

Medicine and Meditation

037 Can meditation help those suffering from stress?
038 Can a person on tranquilizers do meditation?
039 How can meditation help recovery from physical illness?
040 Can meditation help the insane or schizophrenics?

On the Right Track

041 What to do when the crystal ball remains large and never gets smaller?
042 How can you maintain unity of mind once it is attained -- and how to return again to normal?
043 After meditation, I felt light and clear. Why is this?
044 I could use meditation to overcome my daily miseries is this correct?FAQ on Meditation?



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