Meditation

MEDITATION = CREATION
MEDITATION = CONSCIOUSNESS
Foundation of meditation:
Wholeness + Stillness

Posture:

Technique: 1-10
1.
During the time of meditation locate an area in an isolated space over your body that you can sense the location by closing your eyes.
2.
During the time of meditation make an imaginary sensory ring over your head and pass the ring from your head to toes and feel the sensation by closing your eyes.
3.
Meditate, Meditate and Meditate.
4.
Never think to rouse your sexuality by meditation.
5.
Now be stay in an equanimous state.
6.
Tune your brain not so tight or not too loose like a guitar.
7.
Always go to the middle lane.
8.
In meditation you will hear some old songs in your mind that mean you have reached the time when it was first loaded in your brain.
9.
Concentrate your mind, do not think anything just observe.
10.
Practice every day, every hour, every minute and every second after that you will understand what is sense and how to create a sense.

The four stages of attainment:

Stage:1
A Stream-enterer (Sotāpanna) is free from:
1. Identity view
2. Attachment to rites and rituals
3. Doubt about the teachings

Stage:2
A Once-returner (Sakadāgāmin) has greatly attenuated:
4. Sensual desire
5. Ill will

Stage:3
A Non-returner (Anāgāmi) is free from:
4. Sensual desire
5. Ill will

Stage:4
An Arahant is free from all of the five lower fetters and the five higher fetters, which are:

6. Attachment to the meditative absorptions, which have form (arupa
jhana)
The arupa jhanas are said to possess two key qualities:
Upekkha - a Pali word for "equanimity," where the opposition between comfort and discomfort disappears.
Ekagrata - a word meaning "single-pointedness" or "very deep concentration," excluding all external stimuli.
7. Attachment to the  formless meditative absorptions (ārupa jhana)
8. Conceit
9. Restlessness
10. Ignorance

An Arahant is one who has gained insight into the true nature of existence and has achieved nirvana, but who may not have reached full Buddhahood.