Comments on: The Six Element practice https://www.wildmind.org Explore Meditation Online Fri, 15 Dec 2017 01:05:32 +0000 hourly 1 By: Reflecting on impermanence | Wildmind Buddhist Meditation https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-315152 Sun, 23 Dec 2012 17:01:27 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-315152 […] body is constantly changing. In the Six Element practice I realize that what I take to be a separate and permanent object is in fact a constant flow of […]

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By: 10 books to make you think | Sues Bent https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-163845 Sat, 03 Mar 2012 01:24:18 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-163845 […] the physical world. Of course Bodspaksa explains this far better than I. He invites us to try the Six Elements Practice which is a meditation that assists our thoughts towards a feeling of being alive as part of the […]

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By: Bodhipaksa: Living As A River « Non-Duality America https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-92619 Wed, 01 Sep 2010 05:12:21 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-92619 […] wrote Living as a River because I’m fascinated by the Buddhist Six Element Practice and I wanted to communicate my explorations. But my book isn’t really about the Six Element […]

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By: Big sense of relief « Living as a River https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-88693 Sun, 20 Jun 2010 18:58:37 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-88693 […] wrote Living as a River because I’m fascinated by the Buddhist Six Element Practice, and I wanted to communicate my explorations. But my book isn’t really about the Six Element […]

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By: Bodhipaksa https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-83282 Sun, 11 Apr 2010 18:11:51 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-83282 Hi Barbara,

Thanks for writing, and it’s lovely to hear that you’ve been enjoying my CDs. I’m sorry your friend didn’t find them an enjoyable experience. Sometimes people are afraid of change, and find it easier to blame the tools of change than themselves. I’ve certainly been there! On the other hand, maybe her tastes are just different from yours!

All the best,
Bodhipaksa

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By: barbara moller https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-83280 Sun, 11 Apr 2010 17:04:05 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-83280 HI, I have been Meditating for 10 years with your CD’s. It has become such apart of my life. A friend has been asking me about meditation for years and I told her about the website….she then came to me and asked if I would loan her one of my Cd’s…so, I did… Weeks later she came back to me and said she did not like the voice, she did not like being told what to do!!! I was dumb founded. I did not know how to respond! It is not as if I was pushing this on her. I was saddened that she did not understand. Maybe she wanted instant gratification. You are always in my thoughts, thank you.

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By: Bodhipaksa https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-82866 Tue, 09 Mar 2010 19:43:49 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-82866 Hi, Eric, and thanks for the kind comments.

You might be interested to know that I have a book on the Six Elements coming out on October 1, 2010, published by Sounds True. I’ve started a website for the book, which is called Living as a River, and if you head over there you can sign up for our newsletter to so that you can know when it’s available to order.

The newsletters will be mostly monthly, with two or three extra editions in the week of the launch, because I plan to have some special events and a few “rewards” (like exclusive guided meditationdownloads) for subscribers.

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By: eric https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-82865 Tue, 09 Mar 2010 19:09:18 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-82865 Hi Bodhipaksa,

I stumbled apon your web site (love the ‘Wildmind’ title) and am so glad I did. Not only is it eye pleasing and
easy to navigate but the content is concise, well written and very helpful and I look forward to exploring it entirely.
I have always innately felt connected to the earth and find the Six Element practice
especially powerful for helping me remember what I am not. As a wise man once said “no self, no problem”.

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By: Reconnecting with the Elements « Uncertain Clarity https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-68606 Mon, 13 Apr 2009 15:26:51 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-68606 […] perhaps not!), the first time I stayed here I brought with me a guided meditation MP3 titled the Six Elements. Over a 45 minute sitting, it takes you through an exploration of your connection to the […]

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By: Infinity in the palm of your hand | Wildmind Buddhist Meditation https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/comment-page-1#comment-57915 Sun, 04 Jan 2009 15:01:25 +0000 https://www.wildmind.org/six-elements/#comment-57915 […] reality and often find myself looking at the world (in my imagination, of course) in this way. The Six Element Practice, for example, is an insight meditation practice in which we reflect on impermanence and […]

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