Breathing, Bliss, and Meditation - 27dec22a
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Humans chase bliss. Our controlling tendencies often drag this intention into our practice of meditation. Ironically the most effective method is also the easiest.
No, our job is NOT to control our breath’s depth, rate, nor loci. Einstein warned “Any educated idiot could make things more complicated, more difficult, and more violent,
however it takes a lot of courage and a little bit of genius to go the other way.”
When we feel our body inhaling we could silently and mentally recite, “Notice this…” and when we feel our body exhaling we could silently recite “relaxing!” Practice this every twelve hours and you too could meditate like a Jedi.
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