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I found a method where the headache can be stopped by sitting as in meditation and going to a particular dark and silent place in the core of the mind. I cannot at present put words to the procedure, but one thing I noticed about it was that words and thoughts are completely absent.
no words there is no thoughts
no words there is no pain
no words there is no thinking
no words there is nothing, no thing
I was just dwelling on two of my great passions in life and the similarities between them. The game of cricket and this wonderful path. Bear with me:
Cricket is slow and requires patience. Ditto the path
Cricket is like a religion in India.
Ditto the path
Cricketers wear whites
Ditto some lay practitioners on the path
Cricket is governed by a set of rules.that can be difficult to understand and some find absurd
Ditto the path
A cricket game can last a number of days and ends with no results
Ditto Soto Zen meditation
A type of cricket has been developed over time that includes lots of colour, bright lights and pizazz.
Ditto Tibetan Buddhism
I'm sure there are more!
Stream Winning is the match fixing
Is craving suffering?
Can we end craving or tanha..
Yes through the Eight Fold Path.
Seems to be an impossible task to end our thirst for life.
The way i go about getting rid of craving is by means of substitution.
I use to do cocaine now i drink wine.
I use to drink wine now i drink soda.
I use to drink soda now i drink water.
In my own experience the most effective method of getting rid of an addiction or craving is being addicted to something else.The question is which is the lesser of two evils.
In other word you won't let go of five sense pleasures,which for most people is the only happiness they know, until you see a greater pleasure (meditative bliss,spiritual practice) and you won't let go of meditative bliss (non-sensual pleasure) until you see an even more greater pleasure,Nibannic bliss.Which is the highest bliss.
i'm now addict meditation
aha, what a feeling!