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When we facing life challenges such as a lockdown from a world pandemic, we could all use a little more zen in our lives. Whenever it’s impossible to find outer peace we need to look for it inside. In this article, I want to share with you 5 Zen principles to live by that will help you find inner peace and balance during challenging times. These principles are quite simple and can be practiced by almost everyone. Read on!

Zen Buddhism

Zen Buddhism is a school of Mahayana Buddhism widely spread in China. The word “Zen” itself comes from the term “Dhyana”, which in a broad sense means “perfect meditation”, and in a narrower sense means “the concentration of the mind on a perfect object”.

Zen Buddhism denies many Buddhist concepts, considering them to be illusory. For example, the concept of Nirvana is not taken seriously because the Buddha did not give a clear explanation of what it is, only sometimes telling his disciples what Nirvana is not. Therefore, because of its practicality, Zen Buddhism does not pay attention to the study of concepts that are not related to specific practical aspects.

Formally a school and offshoot of classical Mahayana Buddhism, Zen Buddhism is fundamentally different from it.

The Zen school does not recognize the authority of the Scriptures — it does not rely on classical Buddhist sutras. Personal experience and practice are considered primary in Zen Buddhism, and philosophical concepts and various texts have almost no weight.

The famous saying If you meet the Buddha, kill him refers specifically to the school of Zen Buddhism. This is not a call to violence, but a healthy measure of nihilism on the spiritual path, that is, that anything you hear or learn should be questioned and tested by personal experience. No matter who you’re hearing it from – even if you’re hearing it from your guru.

That is why Zen Buddhism completely lacks dogmatism or any established philosophical concepts, and the direction itself is considered the most practical and effective.

5 Zen Principles To Live By

Here are 5 Zen principles to live by!

#1: Be Here Now

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Being in the present moment means focusing as much as possible on what you are doing at the moment, rather than indulging in lengthy reflections, fantasies, or worries about the past or the future.

There is a famous saying: Life is beautiful if you do not remember your past, do not think about your future and do not worry about your present.

Our mind is a source of endless worry. We remember past troubles, worry about how things will turn out and worry that now everything is not going as we expected.

Zen Buddhism teaches us:

  • to let go of the past — because it has already passed;
  • to treat current events without the judgment based on our expectations, but rather than with full acceptance;
  • not to worry about the future, because it hasn’t come yet.

#2: Meditate

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Meditative practices of Zen Buddhism include meditations with a concentration on an object or thought. The “state of one thought” is a basic practice in Zen Buddhism. More precisely, it is not exactly a practice — it is a state that Zen practitioners seek to achieve by concentrating on the object of meditation. By focusing on a particular statement, a person evolves according to the principle “what you think about, you become”.

There is a mental disorder called hypochondria. This is a disease when a person invents a disease by the power of his hypocrisy and so convinces himself with it that this disease begins to manifest itself in him. Thus, we can conclude that our mind is a powerful tool that can both resurrect us and kill us. And if you let your mind control you, it can drive you to complete madness, but if you subdue it, the results will be simply amazing. Zen Buddhism practices are based on this idea: ‘The mind is a wonderful servant, but a terrible master.’

Zen meditation is a practice that turns your attention inside in search of peace. This meditation is a powerful practice for connecting with higher consciousness and finding inner peace and harmony.

To learn more about Zen meditations, read my article “How to Perform Zen Meditation for Connecting With Higher Сonsciousness?”.

#3: Follow Your Heart

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Yur heart and Spirit are directly connected. So if you want to live in harmony with your spiritual mission you have to find a way to follow your heart. Don’t overanalyze the information your heart sends you. Don’t overthink! Trust your intuition and follow your heart!

4: Act

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Bodhidharma urged his disciples to act, not just to philosophize. He taught his disciples not to be like the ancient philosophers, who talked and philosophized a lot but didn’t really practice what they were teaching. Therefore in Zen Buddhism, it’s essential to turn your philosophy into practice. Not just talk about meditation but actually meditate! Not just talk about the importance of the present moment but actually live in it!

5: Enjoy the Process

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The goal of all actions is joy. What makes us suffer is that we become attached to the fruits of actions — we expect a particular result from reality, and reality sometimes has its own plans. Zen Buddhists learn to enjoy the very process of action, no matter what they do. And to achieve the pleasure of action is possible only through being in the present moment.

The Bottom Line

The value of Zen Buddhism is that it is very practical and can be easily integrated into your daily routine. There are no strange philosophical concepts, dogmas, rituals, and so on. Zen Buddhism is based on simple life truths that can make everyone happy and lead to personal and spiritual evolution. To practice Zen Buddhism, it is not necessary to close yourself in a monastery for half your life. This Buddhist school offers us very real simple practices that can be performed by everyone in the conditions of a megalopolis and ordinary social life. Let’s all invite a little zen into our lives by following its simple principles?

Katya Ki is the Founder of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics, cosmology, and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

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10 Types of Spiritual Bypassing That Slow Down Your Growth

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How do you react to misfortunes or sad phases in your life? Do you deal with the pain or remain with unresolved wounds for fear of becoming vulnerable? Well, chances are, you are spiritually bypassing.

The Origin

Spiritual bypassing is an old term coined by John Welwood, a Buddhist teacher, author, and psychotherapist, in 1984. It refers to the tendency for persons to avoid, sidestep, or escape uncomfortable issues facing them. Welwood noted that persons resorted to this behavior to rise above their shaky emotional or personal foundation, hence, obtaining enlightenment.

What of Today?

Spiritual bypassing is quite common in the 21st century. Here, we see people covering up their low self-esteem, loneliness, or anger with spiritual practice. The only difference is it is a short-term cover-up. Spiritual bypassing facilitates a buildup of negative emotions into full-blown unrest and uncertainty.

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Is Spiritual Bypassing Negative?

Often, we associate spirituality with positive aspects of our lives. You know, feelings of inner peace, contentment, or fulfillment. But, spiritual bypassing confirms that there are dark and painful areas in spirituality.  Yes, it creates a false feeling of security and satisfaction, blocking any efforts for emotional healing.

Types of Spiritual Bypassing

Do you often resort to spirituality to bypass the unpleasant phases of your life? Here are the ten possible ways: –

#1: Optimistic Bypass

An optimistic bypass will insist on seeing life as a glass half full. This person is always focusing on the sunny side of life, ignoring the other half that is not so pleasant. In turn, these persons never engage their anger, inner conflict, or aggression. For, they fail to see that life isn’t always a happy fairytale.

#2: Aggrandizement Bypass

Do you know of a spiritual leader or seeker who seems overly enlightened and superior? Chances are these individuals struggle with personal insecurities and deficiencies. For, aggrandizement bypass is a self-delusion that convinces the self-proclaimed spiritual gurus that they have achieved a level of enlightenment or higher being.

#3: Victim Bypass

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Are you a victim of your gifts? If these gifts hinder you from living a healthy or happy life, you could be a victim bypass. For example, a victim bypass may identify as an empath and use their gift of compassion to others to the extent of neglecting their happiness. Likewise, a victim bypass may disguise as an indigo child, a gifted healer, or a Starseed.

#4: Psychonaut Bypass

A psychonaut bypass exploits psychedelic drugs to escape their painful reality. In turn, they get into a psycho-spiritual crisis that hinders them from pursuing personal development.

#5: Horoscope Bypass

Do you love astrology, or are you dependent on it? Well, if you struggle with fear or self-doubt to the point of living an indecisive life, you could be relying on others to predict the outcome of your life. For this, a horoscope bypass trusts the predictions of a psychic or an astrologer. It becomes destructive when this trust supersedes their inner feelings to make significant decisions in their lives. In turn, their obsession with astrology makes them incapable of coping with traumas.

#6: Saint Bypass

When growing up, kids learn that spiritual leaders are saintly, kind, and compassionate. Only, these leaders have weaknesses and dark sides like any ordinary human being. However, a saint bypass holds on to this holier-than-thou notion from their childhood, even when they are now adults. In turn, a saint bypass will sacrifice themselves to appear sweet, approachable, heavenly persons.

#7: Spirit Guide Bypass

A spirit guide, whether an angelic or godly being, serves to protect humanity, right? Well, this belief is quite soothing to the mind but constricts the soul. That is, we forgo the need to be resilient, courageous, or take charge of our safety. We become like children under the protection of the parent. Living this way deprives us of the ability to grow our spiritual character. Instead, we should look to the spirit guide to learn more about our spirituality, not babysit us.

#8: Guru Bypass

A guru bypass is overly attached to a spiritual teacher or guru, to the extent of worshipping them. They accept all the teachings from their spiritual guru as absolute truths. Eventually, the guru bypass never grows spiritually. Further, they fall prey to manipulation or any ill-intentions of their spiritual leaders.

#9: Finger-Pointing Bypass

When on a spiritual journey, we develop clarity of mind. Here, we intuitively determine when someone is lying, honest, or trying to manipulate us. More so, we can tell reality from delusions and make rational decisions. A finger-pointing bypass uses this ability to declare them as self-righteous. In turn, they are quick to finger-point anyone who has a contrary opinion or acts differently from them. In essence, a finger-pointing bypass is procrastinating. They find fault in others instead of working to correct and improve themselves.

#10: Prayer Bypass

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Finally, a prayer bypass ignores their responsibility. Instead, this person entrusts a higher being to deal with their problems. For example, this person will pray about a sickness they have without taking any steps to seek medical attention.

What Next?

Does any of the above types of spiritual bypassing resonate with you? Here are some tips you can use to stop this negative tendency: –

#1: Be Open Minded

Know that all spiritual seekers are human beings, hence, bound to make mistakes at some point. Then, be willing to learn and receive correction from others.

#2: Deal with Any Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive dissonance arises when our beliefs are challenged or misaligned with reality. You will experience cognitive dissonance as your change your attitudes and beliefs from spiritual bypassing. That is, you may feel guilty, anxious, or ashamed for letting go of your thoughts that do not align with what you now know to be true.

When this happens, you should examine your life for areas that do not add up. For example, you should question a narcissistic leader who preaches compassion but uses physical abuse against you.

#3: Seek Honest Feedback from Others

Discuss spiritual bypassing with your friends and loved ones. Let them tell you what they see in you that suggests that you could be a spiritual bypass. View the feedback as positive criticism, and use it to grow spiritually.

The Bottom Line

Spiritual bypassing is not easy to detect. It disguises itself as a caring, compassionate person. Take time to evaluate yourself. Acknowledge the tendency and start your healing process.

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Spiritual Transformation: 6 Signs You Are Experiencing One

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Human beings are spirits inside a physical body. However, most people live their lives like bodies inside the spirit. Spiritual transformation means transcending beyond the physical body to the level of the soul. As complicated as this sounds, we will explain how easy it is to achieve spiritual transformation. But first, let’s get a bit more practical. 

Common Experiences of Spiritual Transformation

Overcoming trauma

Have you ever shied away from attempting something just because that thing reminds you of your past trauma? Once you overcome such experiences, it’s a clear sign you have transformed spiritually. Like a rape victim finally getting married and enjoying motherhood. 

Letting go of a toxic behavior

Most people can possibly relate to this one. How many weight-loss diets have you tried before achieving your weight goal? Or, how many times did you try quitting smoking before you actually did? See, spiritual transformation is not a walk in the park. But once you get the hang of it, you become the unstoppable hero. 

Becoming Soul-centered

When you experience spiritual transformation, you start journeying back to the center of your being. You echo the advice “be yourself” and now find it easier to apply. Perhaps it’s because you now know who you really are. 

How Does Spiritual Transformation Differ from Spiritual Awakening?

In the past, we have explored Spiritual Awakening. So what is the difference? Now spiritual transformation occurs as a by-product of our spiritual awakening journey. And since spirituality is a never-ending journey, it means if we continue in this journey, we will experience multiple angles of spiritual transformation. 

Enough of the theories, how then do you know that you have achieved spiritual transformation?

6 Signs You Are Experiencing Spiritual Transformation

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Let me start by reminding you that we are all different. A change might go unnoticed for one person yet be painfully unbearable for another person. That means you might notice some of these signs but not all of them. 

#1: Things Start Falling Apart

That moment when you can’t seem to hold anything together. Your partner breaks up with you, you get fired at work, your family becomes a thorn in the side, and all you want to do is close yourself up and cry. Transformation can only happen when there’s a space in your life that leads you to change. It doesn’t matter if it’s a big or small change. At this point, you need to realize that whatever is lost isn’t necessarily good enough for you and instead open up to new opportunities.

#2: Heightened Agitation

You start getting emotional at things that would not usually bother you. Like overreacting when you find yourself stuck in traffic. This is a sign of transformation if you wouldn’t normally react this way.

Agitation occurs when we allow fear to drive us. That moment when you feel lost in the middle of nowhere. You have no idea what to do or where you are going.

#3: Your Desire for Change Is Greater Than Your Fear of Not Knowing

Do you have a strong desire to change but the fear of the unknown keeps you stuck? Well, during spiritual transformation, you realize that this desire grows bigger while your fears diminish. You can quickly draft that resignation letter without worrying about your next opportunity. Or, you can easily break up with your fiancée without worrying about your future.

#4: You Trust Easily and Your Faith Grows, or the Vice Versa

Trust is usually the last chapter of the transformation. After you’ve been through emotional rollercoasters and denial, you are now ready to surrender and accept the will of your creator. It’s also at this point that your world starts turning around for the better. Mainly because your spirit is now open to other avenues.

A good example is when you can’t let go of a toxic relationship even when all the signs say otherwise just because you can’t see past the relationship. Then after you’ve finally let go, you start wondering why you took so long. Sound familiar?

Now, for some people, the lack of trust is what signifies spiritual transformation. You suddenly feel the need to research any information you gather, irrespective of the source.

#5: New Opportunities Open Up for You

At this point, you stop “betting on an old horse” and start looking beyond your limitations. Your willingness to change and openness to a new reality manifest in new opportunities coming your way.

#6: You Open Up to New Relationships

At some point in your spiritual awakening journey, you will realize that you no longer fit in your normal circle of friends. This is normal. When you keep holding onto relationships that no longer serve your highest good, they will eventually drag you behind instead of pushing you to even greater levels.

Therefore, it’s important to let go of all the attachments and open yourself up to new relationships. Instead of feeling resentful of people who have hurt us in the past, we now feel compassion for them. The hatred turns into love and understanding.

The Bottom Line

As much as spiritual transformation can get uncomfortable, the most important thing is allowing yourself to grow until you finally feel that part in you that you turned off a long time ago because someone told you to. You also have to be willing to see and accept the things you don’t necessarily want to know about yourself. Be open, and allow yourself to evolve and participate in your transformation journey.

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Exploring The True Meaning of the Sri Yantra

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The Sri Yantra is a powerful energy symbol with a deep spiritual meaning and a wide range of applications and benefits. It is believed to bring peace, harmony, and prosperity to its practitioners. In this article, we’ll explore the true meaning of the Sri Yantra, how it can be used to enhance your meditation and Vastu practices, and how to incorporate it into your life.

What is the Sri Yantra?

The Sri Yantra, also known as the Shri Yantra or Sri Chakra, is a sacred geometric symbol composed of nine interlocking triangles that surround and radiate out from the central point, the Bindu. It is believed to be a powerful representation of the creative power of the universe and is often associated with spiritual enlightenment and balance.

This Yantra is one of the oldest and most widely used symbols in Hinduism and is often used in meditation, puja, and other spiritual practices. It symbolizes the union of the individual with the divine and promotes inner peace, harmony, and balance.

The Meaning

The Sri Yantra represents the diagram of cosmic evolution. It is composed of nine interlocking triangles, four pointing upwards and five pointing downwards. These triangles represent the nine planets, the four directions of north, south, east, and west, the three gunas (qualities) of sattva, rajas, and tamas, and the three states of consciousness of waking, dreaming, and deep sleep.

The five downward-pointed triangles represent Divine feminine energy (Shakti). And the five upward-pointed triangles represent Divine masculine energy (Shiva).

The central point of the Yantra, the Bindu, is believed to represent the union of the individual with the divine, or the attainment of enlightenment. It is believed to be a source of great spiritual power and is often used in meditation and other spiritual practices.

By concentrating on the Bindu during meditation, we unify feminine and masculine energies within us and harmonize the right and left hemispheres of the brain. As a result, we connect intuition with logic and become capable of making balanced decisions.

The Origin and Signification

The Sri Yantra is believed to be thousands of years old and is mentioned in the ancient Vedic texts. It was said to have been created by the Hindu god Shiva as a powerful tool for spiritual transformation.

This Yantra is often used in meditation and puja practices as it is believed to bring good luck, health, and prosperity. It is also believed to open up the chakras, or energy centers, of the body, allowing for spiritual growth and transformation.

This Yantra is considered a powerful symbol of balance and harmony. It will help support one’s inner peace, joy, and contentment and bring harmony and balance to the home or workplace.

How to Energize the Sri Yantra

The Sri Yantra is a powerful energy symbol, and it is important to energize it in order to make the most of its benefits. One of the most popular ways to energize it is through chanting mantras. Chanting mantras, such as the Sri Yantra mantra or the Gayatri mantra, while focusing on the Sri Yantra can help open up the chakras and align yourself with the symbol.

Meditating on the Yantra is also an effective way to energize the symbol. Visualizing a bright white light emanating from the Bindu and filling the entire Sri Yantra can help open up the chakras, allowing for spiritual growth and transformation.

Benefits

The Sri Yantra has powerful energy and a wide range of benefits. Here are some of them:

  • promotes inner peace, harmony, and balance;
  • aligns a practitioner with the energy of abundance and prosperity;
  • helps to open up the chakras;
  • boosts spiritual growth and transformation;
  • helps to clear mind and increases focus and concentration;
  • promotes spiritual, mental, and physical well-being;
  • helps to make the right decisions.

The Sri Yantra is also believed to be a powerful tool for manifesting one’s desires. By focusing on the Bindu and visualizing one’s desires, it is believed that the Sri Yantra can help to bring them into reality.

Vastu Practices

The Sri Yantra is also an important symbol in Vastu Shastra, the ancient Indian science of architecture. It is believed to bring positive energy and balance to the home or workplace.

In Vastu Shastra, the Sri Yantra is often placed in the northeast corner of the home or office to bring good luck and prosperity to the home or workplace and harmony and balance to its inhabitants.

Using the Sri Yantra to Enhance Your Meditation Practices

The Sri Yantra is also a powerful tool for meditation. Focusing on the Bindu is believed to help open up the chakras and promote inner peace, harmony, and balance. Moreover, it helps to increase one’s concentration and focus during meditation and harmonize your logical mind with intuition.

It is also a powerful symbol for manifesting one’s desires. Focusing on the Bindu increases your visualization practice which helps bring the desired into reality much faster.

Also, Yantra meditation can help you to receive answers to your questions, make the right choice when in doubt, and feel the right decision. By focusing on the Yantra, you’re deepening your connection with the Universe, which helps you hear God’s voice much more clearly.

When meditating on the Yantra, focus on the Bindu and visualize a bright white light emanating from it. Then start chanting the mantra: “Om Sri Maha Lakshmi Namaha” 108 times. When you finish chanting, close your eyes and try to “see” the Yantra (its mental image) with closed eyes. If you can, keep meditating on this image (eyes closed) until it dissolves.

How to Incorporate the Sri Yantra into Your Life

Incorporating Sri Yantra into your life is a great way to promote inner peace, harmony, and balance and to manifest your desired life.

One of the best ways to incorporate the Yantra into your life is to place it in the northeast corner of your home or office. This is believed to bring positive energy and balance to the space, as well as to bring good luck and prosperity.

Another way to always feel connected to the Yantra is by wearing jewelry with it. You buy a necklace or a ring with Sri Yantra and charge it with your intention.

Sri Yantra products, such as posters, paintings, statues, jewelry, and more, can be found in metaphysical stores, online stores, and some retail stores. When searching for these products, make sure to look for high-quality items that are made with care and attention.

Conclusion

The Sri Yantra is a powerful energy symbol with a deep spiritual meaning and a wide range of applications and benefits. It brings peace, harmony, and prosperity to its practitioners. By understanding the true meaning of the Sri Yantra, how to energize it, and how to incorporate it into your life, you can reap the full benefits of this powerful symbol. So, why not get started today?

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