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Re: [Meditation Society of America] question to anybody

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  • joe@salerno.com
    Perhaps if you just bring your attention back to what you are doing. The noise is a good thing - it is there to help you develop discipline and focus. IMO I m
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      Perhaps if you just bring your attention back to what you are doing. The
      noise is a good thing - it is there to help you develop discipline and
      focus. IMO I'm not sure you need to get rid of it. As you develop your skill
      and the need recedes, it will go away of its own accord.

      Joe Salerno

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "babspiscot" <no_reply@yahoogroups.com>

      > I'm rather new in meditation and in this group, trying to find my way
      > alone. Naturally, lots of unanswered questions. One that is more
      > stringent: when trying to concentrate (following my breath) I am able
      > to go on, don't lose the thread, but there are very often all kind of
      > thoughts in the back, like a constant noise (would compare it with a
      > radio that's not well tuned). It's like having half of my mind here
      > and half there. How could I get rid of this? Lately these background
      > thoughts are mostly about meditation. Thank you, Edit.
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