Journal Entry - October 12 - tosime
- Journal Entry - tosime
Date: October 12
Type: Meditation on inner sounds (with earplugs)
Time: 07:45 a.m.
Duration: 48 minutes (open)
Posture: Seated on chair
Body: Eyes closed,
- tongue tip to pallet,
- hands on knees-index finger touching thumb.
Room Condition: Darkened room
- One candle
- Essential Oil - (Bergamot+water on burner)
Pre-session: Sip of water
- full body stretch (3 times).
Mind Chatter: Medium - High.
Waves of bliss: None.
Experience: Good Session.
Result: Cold symptoms influenced session.
Fairly serious cold symptoms; sneezing and a runny nose. Just after I
started my meditation I had to stop and blow my nose. I also had muscle
aches from yesterday's exercise at the gym.
A few minutes into the meditation session almost all symptoms cleared.
Amazed. Felt like I had left my body. Where was the cold?
Good sensation of transitions between stages.
Coming out of meditation, some slight symptoms returned, but no sneezing, no
"Die before you die" - simulated moments before my death. What would go
through my mind? Peace, no thought?
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> Journal Entry - tosimewithout
> Date: November 29 2003
> Type: Meditation on inner sounds (with earplugs)
> Time: 07:55 a.m.
> Duration: 38 minutes (open)
> Posture: Seated on chair
> Body: Eyes closed,
> - Hands on knees
> Room Condition: Darkened room
> - One candle
> - Incense
> - Essential Oil - (Gardenia + water on burner)
> - Full body stretch (3 times).
> - Struck the bell 3 times before starting
> Mind Chatter: Low
> Waves of bliss: None
> Experience: Good Session. First session after about a year
> Result: Recall Session - Getting used to the motions.
> Surprising easy to return to meditation. My body felt as if it were
> automatic pilot - simply did most of the usual things I did withvery
> little thinking on my part.and deeper
> Good physical relaxation. Moved quite quickly through deeper
> states of physical relaxation.slide
> Had the insight that my day to day thinking was like watching a
> show. Each slide would stop if I dwelt on it by thinking about it.If I
> did not, the next slide would appear. Most of my problemscome when I
> dwell too much on each passing thought. The progression ofthoughts is a
> natural process that I interfere with when I dwell too long onany
> particular thought. I should try relaxing more and allowing thethought
> process to take its natural course.Sg: nice to see the site come back to its intention.....