Dr. Diamond’s Books on Meditation Two ground-breaking books: The Diamond Color Meditation and Stillpoints. Read More »
“Action Meditation: Surrendered to Spirit” Meditation is, so I am led to believe, a surrender to Spirit. (And I also believe that it is Spirit that effects the surrender.) Read More »
“Music is Healing – and Healing is Music” Every day in my meditation, I place my hands over my thymus and pray:
to help You
to heal. Read More »
“Self-Analysis vs. Meditation” It seems to me that the tragedy of Freud is that knowing his deep inner shall I say despair he chose what he called self-analysis rather than meditation: to find out what and why rather than Who? Read More »
“My Evening Meditation” Every evening I meditate on what needs to be looked at tomorrow. Read More »
“The Problem with the Lotus Posture” The lotus posture long has puzzled me. For I find nearly everyone when examined in this position to be in a very negative state. Read More »
“Thanking – As Guided” Every day at the end of my meditation I sing:
Thank you, thank you,
thank you, you all. Read More »
Audio Lecture: Why Meditate? Meditation, argues Diamond, is a natural instinct, and so the act of meditating, like that of eating, crawling, suckling etc., is simply the fulfillment of that instinct. Read More »
“Zazen for Two” What if the Zen master meditated holding his wife?
Would it be more difficult to go inside himself? Read More »
“The Role of Meditation in My Day” I start each day with two forms of meditation.
One is quiet.
The other is active: say, painting, writing or singing. Read More »