Q: Excuse me ,
The first question is, apart from practicing, do we have to practice the Tao every day? The order of Dinghui Road is as follows: See the Tao before the Tao
Four Thoughts-Qualification, Righteousness after Birth. (Body and Mind)
Four Zhengqin-the way of resources, destroy evil and make good.
The Four Divine Feet-the way of resources, clear mind.
Five roots-plus road.
Five Forces-Adding Ways.
Qijue branch-see Tao.
The Eighth Path-Cultivation.
The second question: When practicing self-cultivation, do you practice living, sitting and lying in your daily life? Or is it just meditation walking back and forth?
The third question seems to be a bit chaotic. When practicing the Four Minds, it seems to have the effect of the Seven Enlightened Branches?
Answer: My understanding of the 37 styles can be in order. But it doesn’t have to be sequential. Many Taoism may occur at the same time. An epiphany, for example, sees Taoism and Taoism completed together. Generally speaking, see the Tao first, then follow the path, and finally testify. For example, the probable first fruit is to see Tao, and then the 2 fruit, 3 fruit, and 4 fruit are cultivated in this order. But there are also many people who can prove 2 fruits at one time, or 3 fruits (skip the stage of primary fruits and 2 fruits), or directly prove 4 fruits. There are many such stories in the Buddhist scriptures. Many people have now proved Arahantuo and so on because of a sentence.
Therefore, the order is not fixed. It may be all at the same time, or it may be partly at the same time, or it may be gradually improved one by one. It is possible.
The second question, to cultivate any idea, you should do it while sitting, sitting and lying. Do not repair intermittently. I have said many times in the previous post that this practice is like boiling water. Every aspect of practice is to boil water, half of it, the water is not turned on, and it is turned off. The water will cool after a while. Already. This is a waste of the former work, wasting firepower. So keep burning until it boils (the enlightened person knows it).
The third question is the first question. The 37 works can be fully or simultaneously partially completed in one practice. To put it another way, 37 Taoism explains the state of the enlightened person from 37 angles.
Q: Seniors continue to ask for help ~
The old questions are not over, and the new ones are back. I meditated last night and I feel that I have stabilized in the first zen. I went in three times in an hour, and I want to try to diligently and see if I can reach the second zen. As a result, the body was too relaxed, and it felt like the spine was pulled out at the end. The whole person softened, and gradually fell forward, almost unable to sit. As a result, it felt like it was only close to the second Zen, because a few of them For a moment it seemed as though I could not breathe. But the body body sit still on a too soft could not stay, then exits. So I would like to ask, if the body is necessary to relax, then how to break this paralysis can not sit?
Today I reflected a bit. Is it because the previous meditation habit was to stand upright against the wall, causing the body to slide as soon as it softened. Would it be possible to overcome this problem if you could meditate independently of the wall and keep your back and hips in a straight line at all times? I wonder if this kind of maintenance can achieve the degree of relaxation required by meditation? Sorry the question is quite white. Beginners have a lot of strange things. …….
Answer: When you are seated, you should pull your back with your chest and straighten your spine up and up. Posture is correct. Relaxing means not being too nervous. But it wasn’t lax enough to be out of shape.
Try not to lean against the wall. If you must lean against the wall, pay attention to prevent the parts against the wall from getting cold.