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In his second ramble Subhuti takes the 5 niyamas and shows how the System of Meditation relates to the basic shape of reality.
This talk vividly communicates the inherent progression both within the nature of things and the system of meditation and by putting the two together casts interesting light on, among other things; the nature of Metta as intention, the importance of letting go and the need for a vision of existence beyond ourselves.
Of course the system of meditation includes Just sitting, and this practise is shown to be an essential balance to the others through which we assimilate our experience.
|Rambles Around Reality 2010 - The Five Niyamas 2 (1:11:11)|
Total running time: 1:11:11