[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]Discover how this breakthrough meditation system, developed by the one of the very few westerners ever to graduate from an elite monastic university in Myanmar (formerly Burma), will help you transform your life for the better in every area you desire STARTING TODAY…[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]In Buddhism, kasiṇa refers to a class of basic visual objects of meditation. There are ten kasiṇa mentioned in the Pali Tipitaka:
earth (paṭhavī kasiṇa),
water (āpo kasiṇa),
fire (tejo kasiṇa),
air, wind (vāyo kasiṇa),
blue, green (nīla kasiṇa),
yellow (pīta kasiṇa),
red (lohita kasiṇa),
white (odāta kasiṇa),
enclosed space, hole, aperture (ākāsa kasiṇa),
consciousness (viññāṇa kasiṇa) in the Pali suttas and some other texts; bright light (āloka kasiṇa) according to later sources, such Buddhaghosa’s Visuddhimagga.
The kasiṇa are typically described as a colored disk, with the particular color, properties, dimensions and medium often specified according to the type of kasiṇa.
The earth kasiṇa, for instance, is a disk in a red-brown color formed by spreading earth or clay (or another medium producing similar color and texture) on a screen of canvas or another backing material.
Kasiṇa meditation is a concentration meditation (variously known in different traditions as samatha, dhyana, or jhāna meditations), intended to settle the mind of the practitioner and create a foundation for further practices of meditation.
In the early stages of kasiṇa meditation, a physical object is used as the object of meditation, being focused upon by the practitioner until an eidetic image of the object forms in the practitioner’s mind.
In more advanced levels of kasiṇa meditation, only a mental image of the kasiṇa is used as an object of meditation.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Whether you’ve been practicing meditation for many years, or you’re just getting started – the BIGGEST PROBLEM that all meditators face is the same:
During meditation practice, it’s extremely difficult to keep your mind focused on the object of meditation.
The object could be anything, and different types and systems of meditation prescribe different objects – loving kindness, compassion, a candle flame, The Four Elements – etc.
As you’re focusing your attention and concentration on the object of meditation, your mind begins to wander. . .
Thinking about that next bill you have to pay…
Mentally rehearsing some confrontation you know you’re going to have…
Even worrying about what’s for dinner!
These kinds of random thoughts and the inability to develop deep concentration prevent you from being able to make significant gains and REALLY BENEFIT from your meditation practice.
But – it’s not your fault. The same thing happens to everyone. . .
Which is why I’m now releasing The Four Elements Kasina Meditation System to the public.
The Kasina Meditation System – Is a radical meditation training protocol solves the problem that meditators like you have all had for thousands of years – That wandering mind which doesn’t allow you to maintain focus and concentration on your object of meditation.
Whether it’s the Earth, Water, Fire or Air Kasina – you won’t be able to focus on anything besides that object as long as the protocol is turned on – even if you tried!
In addition to all of the other physical, social, and cognitive enhancing benefits of the Four Elements Kasina System – you’ll develop laser-focus and achieve the highest states of absorbtion concentration in a fraction of the time it takes even the most serious full time meditators. . .[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]The intensity of the sound zooms directly from 0 to 100 and back again in an evenly-spaced manner. This leaves a stronger impression on the brain, compared to binaural beats or other methods that use wave-like pulses.
This makes isochronic tones perfect for our purpose.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]Dual induction is a technique which presents a different set of recordings to each ear based on the idea that the left brain is logic-oriented while the right brain is more involved in creativity and emotion.
Dual induction audio entrainnment is a tool that helps the user bypass the analytical “monkey mind” and communicates directly with the subconscious.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]The Kasina system is the core power driving the Four Elements Kasina Meditation System. This high-resolution animation of the earth, water, fire and air kasinas locks-in your concentration, allowing you to develop meditative absorbtion faster than has been humanely possible for thousands of years.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]The Four Elements Kasina protocols are built around the Citta System. Citta is from the ancient Indian language spoken by the Buddha and means ‘consciousness’.
For his thesis, Jon Anxin researched and carefully crafted a profound system of language that goes directly into your unconscious mind – rebuilding and repairing the BIOS level architecture.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]The result is mediation on steroids, pressing the ‘reset’ button in your mind and reprogramming it to take your physical and mental powers to new levels while transforming your social and post-personal power, empowering you to exercise strong influence on the folks around you. [/text_block]
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]The historical Buddha taught the four elements (catudhatu) as the basis for understanding suffering and self-liberation from suffering.
The earliest Buddhist texts explain that the four primary material elements are the sensory qualities solidity, fluidity, temperature and mobility.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]
“This, my body is material. Made up from the four great elements. Born of mother and father. Fed on rice and gruel. Impermanent. Liable to be injured and abraded, broken and destroyed. And this is my consciousness – which is bound to it and dependent on it.”
“It’s said that when we die, the four elements – earth, air, fire and water – dissolve one by one, each into the other, and finally just dissolve into space. But while we’re living, we share the energy that makes everything, from a blade of grass to an elephant, grow and live and then inevitably wear out and die. This energy, this life force, creates the whole world.”
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_style=”300″]The Buddha’s teaching about the four elements can be understood as the basis of contemplation and observation in meditation.
Taking the four elements as objects of meditation not only allows you to understand phenomenological reality, but it is also a basis for understanding the nature of existence and consciousness itself.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]