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What Is Meditation? Sometimes It’s About Failure!

What Is Meditation? Sometimes It’s About Failure! | Arts and Enlightenment | Scoop.it

Jerome Stone addresses one of the most common aversions to meditation -- that often we feel like failures when our minds are behaving like runaway monkeys, and we believe there should be no thought. This is a misunderstanding, as much of meditation is learning about our minds, no matter what they are doing. Excellent article!

 

Kat Tansey

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One key to effective meditation is to no thave any expectations of an outcome. That would be like saying if this day doesnt result in this or that I will be disappointed and consider it a bad day. Letting go of expectations actually can help you to attain a lot of waht we meditate for anyways. Believe me... this is easier said than done. But it gets easier with repitition.

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, March 6, 2013 12:28 PM

Jerome Stone does a great job of providing a content rich site for both beginners and seasoned meditators.

Full Article:  http://www.mindingthebedside.com/2012/09/what-is-meditation-sometimes-its-about-failure/

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How To Meditate Without Even Trying

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This is the sad joke about human beings: We are so busy worrying whether or not we are going to be at peace in the future, we don't give ourselves the chance to be at peace in the present.

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Just from the start this article caught my eye because the key to living life is to live life now and focus the biggest brunt of your energy to the here and now. It is a good article

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, March 3, 2013 5:23 PM

Enroll and pay what you wish at How to Meditate