The plan with this form of meditation is to take the mind off of autopilot
Something that has been on my mind for a while now is those moments of seeing good in things they we haven't seen before. Surely impermanence, despite it's oppressive ever present existence, could have something positive.
The saying goes "A watched pot never boils". With a little perspective shift it also applies to the Dharma
The real and honest purpose behind this lesson is to bring meditation to people where they are. Meditation isn't about your income, possessions, education level, or, status.
Just another temporary phase to move through. You reach a pretty common issue, I know because it happened to me. You reach a stage where the risk of rigidity and frigidity become a matter of real concern.
The question comes up a lot, "How can I improve my practice?". There are a few key points I bring up when I'm asked this question: 1 Make time, 2 Keep at It, 3 If you had a positive or negative meditation experience leave it in the past, 4 Always come back to that 'Beginner's... Continue Reading →