It listens to the birds, feels the slightness of the breeze. Let us walk as free beings and let us feel our steps if to become light the measure that we walk. Let us appreciate each step that dermos' '. (Thich Nhat Hanh) It has two types of meditation: Mental calm (Shamatha): concentration in the object; former.: breath? Penetrating vision (Vipashyna): contemplativa analysis. Shamatha has three stages: Manaskara (attention in the object)? Smiriti (to keep the attention in the object)? Samprajanna (to become conscientious of the characteristics of the object) still Has ' ' Concentration Without Objeto' ' , a state of perfect simplicity, without no mental construction. ' is turned simply toward the interior and; ' conhea' ': At the beginning, nothing it comes. In the way, nothing it remains.
In the end, nothing it has left. (Milarepa) For the buddhism all the things are interdependent; everything is relation, nothing it exists in itself and for itself. ' is the call; ' vacuidade of the existence prpria' '. It has a meditation for the understanding of the concept of that the things, the spite of its tangible appearance, are unprovided of last existence: to imagine the totality of the rose and to gradual go penetrating in its structure, seeing only one petal, etc, withdrawing until arriving to be an atom of the rose; where it is the rose? The author still suggests to finish the exercises with one ' ' devotion of frutos' ' , a vote that canalizes energies: ' ' that the born positive energy of this meditation contributes to alliviate the suffering of seres' '.