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11 Dec 2019 08:28 #347113 by Rosalyn J
I knew you were going to say that and I realize even now as I write this that there is a rebuttal for anything I might say as a reason. So I'm not going to say anything else except that I'll stick with 10 min meditations for now

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11 Dec 2019 09:04 #347117 by Alexandre Orion
Please don't get salty again, Ros. I was just trying to get you to lighten up on yourself again. You seem to need for things to be "hard" to be meaningful. It isn't the case...

We don't meditate to become better or stronger or more ... whatever. We meditate just to have an interval of time (several hours or just a few seconds) wherein we can let all that thought - the voices in our head - not occupy the entirety of our being-ness. Indeed, it is healthy and ... well, like Watts said, "it is fun" just to BE without any objectivity pressing upon us.

I'm not just saying this for Ros, but for everyone. The hardest thing about meditation is clearing out a space for doing it. Once one starts letting all that thought go on doing whatever it does when we're not listening to it, one is meditating. Sitting at stop lights or riding a crowded lift are perfect times for a few seconds of mere, blissful "being-there-ness".

It wasn't a rebuttal. It was a reminder... That's my rôle, after all. ;) Besides, your 10-minute meditations are just fine.

Chaque homme a des devoirs envers l'homme en tant qu'homme.
~ Henri Bergson

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11 Dec 2019 09:36 #347122 by Rosalyn J

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11 Dec 2019 09:43 #347124 by Alexandre Orion


:)

Chaque homme a des devoirs envers l'homme en tant qu'homme.
~ Henri Bergson

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