Interesting information section.
I recently came across this little gem. A rather precise quote with regards to the practice of meditation.
Meditation is an intensification of the mind which is in fullness of silence. The mind is not still like some tamed, frightened or disciplined animal; it is still as the waters are still many fathoms down. The stillness there is not like that of the surface when the winds die. This stillness has a life and a movement of its own which is related to the outer flow of life, but is untouched by it. Its intensity is not that of some powerful machine which has been put together by cunning, capable hands; it is as simple and natural as love, as lightening, as a full-flowing river.
Look and be simple.
J. Krishnamurti. Commentaries on Life. Third Series. P. 80, 81 (The Theosophical Publishing House) c. 1960
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