Meditation Develops Certainty And Conviction

In the Weekly Words of Wisdom chosen by Lama Surya Das, Dudjom Rimpoche says that “If you do meditate, certainty and conviction will be attained.”

I was immediately grabbed by this statement because certainty and conviction came up in my morning meditation yesterday. I was listening to a meditation recording by Kelly Howell called, The Secret to Attracting Wealth when the ideas of certainty and conviction came up.

As a result, I realized that the site is really about meditation practices for healing and well-being. So, over the next few days, you will find a new look and the content will still be focused on healing and well-being.


“Generally speaking, the word ‘meditation’ means sustaining the continuity of awareness with natural and innate mindfulness, resting in lucid undistracted non-fixation, and growing accustomed to the innate nature. If you don’t meditate and familiarize yourself with the inner mind and its workings, you won’t gain certainty. If you do meditate, certainty and conviction will be attained. By meditating with strong diligence, the uptight fixation on solid duality will gradually grow more relaxed. Wisdom will dawn within and you will become more equanimous, serene and centered amidst all of life’s inevitable ups and downs.”

HH Dudjom Rinpoche,

in his “A Dear Treasure for Destined Disciples”

Millennium Summit of the United Nations, New York,

September 8, 2000

Dudjom Rimpoche comment about being more equanimous is an attainable goal of consistent meditation.

Are you ready to make the commitment to attain equanimity? It has certainly worked for me!

I wish you the best!

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