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Ramakrishnan Angarai Ganesan
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
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Is Nature teaching us about meditation? The lockdown of people inside their homes forced by the novel Coronavirus gave us a glimpse of what is possible for the restoration of the purity of Nature if humanity stops their ceaseless activity for a length of time. At the level of the individual, one can get a glimpse of what is possible for the restoration of the purity of one’s own inner nature, if one stops all the activities of the mind, speech, and body, which is called meditation. There are instances in our life when we momentarily experience this involuntarily.
Keywords meditation  do nothing  speak nothing  think nothing  choiceless awareness  Nature  novel Coronavirus  purity  innate nature
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