Monthly Archives: September 2011

Meditation: Living in the Land of No Thoughts

Meditation is the tool to reduce the traffic of thoughts crossing the mind. The way to go about it is to develop non-identification and detachment – in fact, these two qualities also sum up the practice of meditation Continue reading

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What to Do with the Mental Radio in Meditation

Mental talk is always a problem in meditation. Quite often the mental broadcast does not appear to stop, creating annoyance. You need to learn how to handle the mental chatter in a proper way. Continue reading

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Meditation is Also a Battle with Boredom

The only way to succeed in meditation is to overcome boredom. It is a reality that can not be wished away or by passed, at least not in meditation. Continue reading

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Why People Give Bad Publicity to Boredom!

Boredom is highly uncommon these days because of digital preoccupation tools which are in plenty around us. It has created a “always busy” syndrome in lot of people and they don’t even realize it. They need to ask the obvious question: why they have to be busy all the time? Continue reading

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