Consolidated Information Relating to Dr. Chet Snow's Vision, the Future, Survival, Evolution or Extinction and Current Events



William Monroe of Monrovia,
William Norton Monroe robert monroe "astral projection" "relationship"

William Norton Monroe born 1841

Robert Allan Monroe,[1] also known as Bob Monroe (October 30, 1915 – March 17, 1995)

The Monroe Insitute TMI (434) 361-1500
based in Faber, Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.

Three Bodies Doctrine

Three Bodies Doctrine

1. Sthula sarira or the gross body

the material physical mortal body

2. Uksma sarira or the subtle body

the body of the mind and the vital energies

Pranamaya Kosha (Vital breath or Energy),
Manomaya Kosha (Mind),
Vijnanamaya Kosha (Intellect)

The five subtle elements
1) sravanadipanchakam - the five organs of perception: eyes, ears, skin, tongue and nose
2) vagadipanchakam - the five organs of action: speech, hands, legs, anus and genitals

Mindfulness Practice

Awakening the Buddhist Heart, p. 123-124

A Four-step Mindfulness Practice

-a way of hadling their emotions

1. Notice what you are feeling.

2. Rather than rejecting it, cradle the feeling with love and mindfulness; embrace it with awareness.

3. Use discriminating awareness to reflect on what you are feeling.

4. Behave in an intentional and wise manner.


Awakening the Buddhist Heart, p. 53

Questions on Compassion

"Questions about love, compassion, and giving are part of what we all have to explore for ourselves as we walk the path of awakening. As seekers, we have to search inward and tak a long hard look at our motivations and intentions as we decide what to give, when to give it, and to whom we give it."

Intentiions/ Motivations

what to give
when to give it
to whom we give it


Tantra Yoga

Ken Dychtwald, Body Mind, p.102-122

Phase 1 Meditate or Do some rituals

*Prepare the partners to have a strong mind connection
*Quieten the minds
*Respect the sex

Phase 2 Have the physical connection (intercourse)

*Try to remain the mind connection

Phase 3 Try not to reach orgasm

*Try to build up the energy within the body and accumulates it
*Raise Kundalini in order to increase strength
*Awaken Kundalini in order to increase awareness

Three Poisons (summary)


Three poisons are the causes of suffering.

1) Ignorance


2) Attachment


3) Aversion


Work on Egos

Awakening the Buddha within, Right Intentions, p.153-188

1) Clean Our Inner House (mind)

a) Let go of self-deception

b) Be honest with ourselves and the rest of the world

* Admit we are selfish, self-denial and self-justified

Conscientious attention
Emotional intelligence
Sincere internal scrutiny

2) Find Buddha-nature

a) Wisdom = Awareness

b) Compassion: Dharma

Compassion = nobility or greatness of heart
* Open-hearted wisdom
* Discernment


It doesn't matter how many blessings we receive; it matters whether we can sense one blessing with our hearts.

Preparing for night

The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep, p.136-137

Preparing for Night

1) Clean your body and mind

Spend a few minutes to connect body and mind

  1. Take a bath
  2. Burn a candle and incense
  3. Sit in front of a shrine or even in your bed and connect with enlightened beings or your master

Relax the body and gentle the mind

  • Pay attention to the feeling of your body
  • Cultivate the experiences of joy, happiness, and gratitude
  • Generate positive thoughts and feelings

Two stages of Dream Practice

The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep, p.138-140

Two stages of Dream Practice

Stage 1 The conventional (the dualistic) a) content of dreams b) our experiences of them

*Working with dream images and stories
*Working with our responses to experience and our emotions
*Working with dream's effects in us and the effects of our practice in dream
*Working with developing greater awareness and control

Stage 2 The non-conventional (the non-dual) the non-dual light

Working with dream practices

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