Category Archives: Mindfulness

Meditation: Key Concepts

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

This is a Key Word List and Glossary for the subject of Meditation.


Key Word List

Physical objects, Mental objects, Meditation, Living meditation, Focus on breath, Restraining reaction, Realizations, Open-eyes meditation, Walking meditation, Focus in meditation, Principle of consistency 



Physical objects
The physical objects result from the assimilation of perceptual elements coming from the senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.

Mental objects
The mental objects are memories, thoughts, and feelings triggered by incoming perceptual elements. Mental objects arise because of existing impressions in the mental matrix that are not fully assimilated.

In meditation, you focus on the assimilation of the mental objects. So, you at first minimize and control the incoming perceptual elements.

Living meditation
Living meditation is to note the inconsistency in your own behavior, such as, sexual activity, speaking falsely, intoxicants, stealing, etc., and look at it more closely.

Focus on breath
Focus on breath is a method to minimize and control the incoming perceptual elements.

Restraining reaction
Restraining reactions helps one look at the mental objects one at a time in the order they are demanding attention.

Intense looking at the mental objects helps them assimilate. As a result, realizations come about.

Open-eyes meditation
Open-eyes meditation is meditation with eyes open. It is a higher gradient of meditation as it triggers greater number of mental objects. This is usually attempted after most mental objects triggered while mediating with eyes closed have been assimilated.

Walking meditation
Walking meditation is meditation with eyes open while walking. This is a still higher gradient of meditation. This is attempted after open-eyes meditation while sitting has been successfully accomplished.

Focus in meditation
Meditation is at first focused on fixed beingness recognized as Matter. It then expands to the activity of the beingness recognized as Energy. Further expansion of focus includes all dimensions of beingness and activity, which is recognized as Space. Further expansion of focus on Time includes changes in all these dimensions and their evolution over a life time. Finally, the focus of meditation expands to the sphere of considerations, which is recognized as Thought.

Principle of consistency 
Just like the principle of entropy, there seems to be a principle of consistency. Considerations, as and when discovered, readjust themselves toward consistency with background considerations. If there is an inconsistency, then there is an undiscovered consideration.



MEDITATION is just being there without interfering with the mind or doing anything else.


There is no ultimate nothing. There is no ultimate creator. If an ultimate creator is there, then ultimate nothing cannot be there, and vice versa. These two ideas are inconsistent with each other.

So, there has to be eternal IS-NESS and CHANGE. That change appears in the form of ALTER-IS-NESS and AS-IS-NESS. These two aspects of change are inverse of each other. NOT-IS-NESS is simply a denial of IS-NESS.

The basic substance of this universe is ENERGY that appears in the forms of thought, light and matter. SPACE and TIME are aspects of energy, which express energy’s EXTENT and DURATION respectively.

This is the reality of this universe.


Starting Step (old)

The starting step of SUBJECT CLEARING is obviously clearing up the meaning of the names used for various subjects.

The first key word list you start with should be the names of all different subjects that you have heard of. In other words, you are starting out with the subject of KNOWLEDGE itself. Add the word “Knowledge” to this word-list.

Clear up this whole key word list until you end up with a sequence of names starting from the earliest subject.

Then pick up a comprehensive text on that earliest subject and start subject clearing it. Alternatively, you may start subject clearing a subject of your interest and gradually make your way back to the earliest subject on your list.


Course in Subject Clearing

The Fundamentals

  1. Be There and Confront
  2. Extroversion & Orientation
  3. The Discipline of Subject Clearing
  4. TR0 with Mindfulness
  5. Visualization Exercise
  6. Meditation from Mystery to Knowing

Key Words & Glossaries

  1. The Universe & Mind
  2. The Universe & Beginning
  3. The Universe & Beingness
  4. The Universe & Looking
  5. The Universe & Thinking

The Subject of Looking

  1. Meditation: Key Concepts
  2. KHTK Looking (Spanish/Italian)
  3. KHTK Looking (up to 2013)
  4. Mindfulness (up to 2013)
  1. Comments on Looking
  2. Accessibility of Memory
  3. Straight Memory
  4. Viewpoint Expansion
  5. Exercises from Scientology
  6. Exercises from Buddha
  7. Exercises from Sadhguru

The Subject of Thinking

  1. Thinking (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: Thinking
  1. Kalama Sutta
  2. The Ideal Scene of LOGIC
  3. The Logic of Data Series
  4. Anomalies and Outpoints
  5. Ideal Scene and Stats of Subject Clearing

The Subject of Mathematics

  1. Subject: Mathematics
  2. Mathematics (up to 2013)

The Subject of Self

  1. The Self (up to 2013)

The Subject of the Mind

  1. The Mind (up to 2013)
  1. Mind and the Universe
  2. The Matrix Model of Mind
  3. Mind and Perception
  4. Mind and Consciousness
  5. Perceptual Elements and Memory
  6. Reality and Anomaly

The Subject of Universe

  1. Universe (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: The Universe

The Subject of Religion

  1. Religion (up to 2013)
  2. Hinduism (up to 2013)
  3. Buddhism (up to 2013)
  4. Christianity (up to 2013)
  5. Islam (up to 2013)
  6. Subject: The Vedas
  7. Subject: Religion

The Subject of Philosophy

  1. Philosophy (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: Philosophy

The Subject of Scientology

  1. Scientology (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: Scientology

The Subject of Education

  1. Education: Key Word List & Glossary
  2. Subject: Education
  3. Education: TED Talks
  4. Education (up to 2013)

The Subject of Physics

  1. Physics: The Beginning Concepts
  2. Science (up to 2013)
  3. Mechanics (up to 2013)
  4. Electromagnetism (up to 2013)
  5. Relativity (up to 2013)
  6. Quantum Mechanics (up to 2013)
  7. Space (up to 2013)
  8. Energy (up to 2013)

The Subject of Yoga

  1. Song of Mahamudra
  2. Patanjali Yoga Sutras
  3. The Bhagavad Gita

The Subject of “Personal”

  1. Personal Pictures (up to 2013)
  2. Personal Music (up to 2013)
  3. Personal Interests & Favorites (up to 2013)


Self-Learning Clinics

  1. Self-Learning Clinics
  2. The SLC Policies
  3. Self-Learning Diagnostic #1
  4. Self-Learning Diagnostic #2
  5. Supervising Self-learning
  6. Continuing the Research
  7. Abstract Thinking
  8. Education and Self-Learning