Welcome! Recently, I have seen many meditators use the 108, An Easy Hard Meditation technique and successfully gain much greater concentration and control ofMessage 1 of 197 , Oct 28, 2001View SourceWelcome! Recently, I have seen many meditators
use the "108, An Easy Hard Meditation" technique and
successfully gain much greater concentration and control of
their minds fairly quickly. It allows you to track your
progress very accuratly and lets you become familiar with,
and at one with your Inner Witness, which is your
Real Self. We all have ADD to one degree or another.
Try this method and change that attention deficit
into an attention attribute. The description of this
method can be found at
<a href=http://www.meditationsociety.com/week30.html target=new>http://www.meditationsociety.com/week30.html</a><br>I hope it will help you. It is well worth
experimenting with. Please check back with your findings.
... me.... I am so glad for ... Hi Lora, I would suggest visitng the website for the meditation society http://www.meditationsociety.com/. There are lots ofMessage 197 of 197 , Jun 9, 2002View Source--- In meditationsocietyofamerica@y..., "Lora_T" <candlelady123@j...>
>I have never meditated ever... i appreciate any help you can giveme.... I am so glad for
> this meditation group...Thanks for starting it.. Lora THi Lora,
I would suggest visitng the website for the meditation society
http://www.meditationsociety.com/. There are lots of techniques
listed there. Try a few different ones until you find one that is
easy to follow. Perhaps the first thing to try is to just sit in a
quiet place, close your eyes, and focus on the sound and feeling of
breath. Just breathe natually. Notice your thoughts, but don't hang
onto them. Just watch them come and go. Watch and listen.
I hope this helps. Meditation can seem difficult when you are first
starting out (and even after you have been doing it a while for that
matter). Just try it and be patient and perserve. The hardest part is
the actual committment to sit down and do it. Just sitting quietly
and watching your breath is more beneficial than you may imagine.