Tib. Zhiney] "calm abiding" or "remaining in quiescence" after thought activity has subsided; the meditative practice of calming the mind in order to rest free from the disturbance of thought, tranquility meditation; peaceful abiding, resting in calmness, serenity quiescence.
'Calm abiding' or 'remaining in quiescence' after the subsiding of thought activity or the meditative practice of calming the mind in order to rest free from the disturbance of thought.
(Sanskrit) Meditation practice of "resting in tranquility", often practised as sitting meditation resting the mind on the breath. (N.B. The second "h" is silent.)
( Skt. / Tib. shinay): "calm abiding." One of the two basic meditations in all traditions of Buddhism, the other being vipashyana or insight meditation. Through the practice of shamatha of using the breath or other objects as a support, one develops the ability to pacify and focus the mind. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow the red arrow for helpful quotes about meditation from a variety of teachers.
Calm abiding; stablization arisen from meditation and conjoined with special pliancy.
(Skt); zhi gnas (Tib). A technique of meditation also known as â€˜calm abidingâ€™ meditation.