12739Re: [Meditation Society of America] What_some_experienced_meditators_can_do_that_others_cant
- Feb 20, 2004Hello,
How does one achieve this state?
--- medit8ionsociety <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> When doing a physical task, like changing a flat__________________________________
> tire, they don't let
> their emotions get involved or their mind start
> commenting about the
> situation. They just change the tire. And when there
> is an emotional
> situation, like calming a crying child, they use
> their emotions, and
> not their intellect or physicality. And they send
> their soothing vibe
> to the child. When they are faced with an experience
> requiring their
> intelligence to be involved, like figuring out their
> taxes, they don't
> permit their body to get uptight or their emotions
> to soar. They
> simply get the task done. And always in all ways,
> they are in touch
> with their inner Witness, which is never-changing,
> and is always aware
> of the present, ever-changing activities of their
> body, emotions, and
> mind. This methodology saves energy instead of
> squandering it, and
> this energy is then applied to consciousness
> evolving creativity.
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