The Mindfulness Approach


Reference: BUDDHISM.


Preface: Self-help


Chapter 1: Emptiness

Chapter 2: The Structure of “I”

Chapter 3: Emptiness and Self

Chapter 4: The Universal Viewpoint

Chapter 5: The Quest for Certainty

Chapter 6: Continuity, Harmony and Consistency

Chapter 7: From Chaos to Order

Chapter 8: The Mind as a Matrix

Chapter 9: The Mind’s Flaw

Chapter 10: The Cleared Individual



Chapter 1: The Descent into Mental Chaos

Chapter 2: Calming of the Chaotic Mind

Chapter 3: The Discipline of Mindfulness

Chapter 4: The Mindfulness Guide



Exercise 1: Discerning the Environment

Exercise 2: Buddha on Body (Set 1)

Exercise 3: Buddha on Body (Set 2)

Exercise 4: Accessibility of Memory

Exercise 5: Buddha on Mind (Set 1)

Exercise 6: Buddha on Mind (Set 2)

Exercise 7: Mindfulness (Set 1)

Exercise 8: Mindfulness (Set 2)

Exercise 9: Mindfulness (Set 3)

Exercise 10: Mindfulness (Set 4)

Exercise 11: Mindfulness Meditation

Exercise 12: Buddha on Mind (Set 3)

Exercise 13: Buddha on Mind (Set 4)

Exercise 14: Viewpoint Expansion

Exercise 15: Buddha on Mind (Set 5)

Exercise 16: Start, Stop and Change

Exercise 17: The Unassimilated Perceptions

Exercise 18: The Emotional Curve

Exercise 19: Buddha on Mind (Final Set)


Additional Applications

App 1: Anxiety & Resolution

App 2: Mindfulness Discussions



Emptiness & Awareness

The Energy of Awareness


BOOK: The Disturbance Theory

BOOK: Education in Information Age

Glossary (Vinaire’s Blog)


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  • Nik  On January 19, 2017 at 1:31 AM

    Really interesting and thank you for the reality check. Kinda puts things in percpective.

  • vinaire  On January 19, 2017 at 2:55 AM

    Glad to hear back from you, Nik. Hope you can make some use out of this material.

  • vinaire  On March 12, 2017 at 6:51 AM

    Illusion is part of the reality. Time is viewed as illusion by some and as real by others.

    “Time” is like a computer code. When you focus on the code one line at a time, you see time flowing. But when you look at the whole computer code in all its sequence at once, there is no such flow of time. There are only sequences.

    Thus “Time” is well represented through the matrix model of the universe as it is hinted here.

  • vinaire  On March 12, 2017 at 6:54 AM

    The Western philosophy considers the universe to be fundamentally discrete. The Eastern philosophy takes the opposite view. It considers universe to be fundamentally continuous.

    For this universe to be logical it must be consistent. For this universe to be consistent it must be harmonious. And for this universe to be harmonious it must be continuous..

    The basis of this universe is continuity, harmony and consistency. Any discontinuity, disharmony and inconsistency is an anomaly to be resolved.

    I would therefore go with the Eastern view. If the universe is continuous then there are no separate and absolute physical and spiritual universes. Neither are there absolute Gods; nor are there absolute individuals, selfs and souls.

    The “deep state” is the flawed belief that we all are separate and absolute individuals.

    We are all connected at a fundamental level.

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