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Re: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Question from Email#1

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  • Tony Perez
    I always prefer to sit in the Lotus position. That works best for me. But I don t sit with my legs as tightly as you traditionally see people do. I guess
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      I always prefer to sit in the Lotus position. That works best for me. But I don't sit with my legs as tightly as you traditionally see people do. I guess you could say I sit in a "sloppy" Lotus position.

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      From: medit8ionsociety
      To: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 12:53 AM
      Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Question from Email#1


      I think every meditator has some physical distractions to deal with at
      one time or another. Finding a position that you can stay in for a
      long time is probably one of the most common. Experiment. It's OK to
      sit in a chair, lay on the floor, be in the lotus position, and so on.
      Whatever way you find that allows you to be aware, awake, and at
      peace , is the right one. Bette wrote an excellent article on sitting
      in the first sample issue of The Inner Traveler. I suggest that you
      check out. The URL to download the issue is at:
      http://www.meditationsociety.com/its9091/index.html
      I hope this helps.

      > Question received from Email - Anybody have any suggestions?

      > I love your site. I have it under my favorites and am going to keep
      > looking through it. But I have a question. I meditatate in the
      > standard cross legged position, but after a while one of my legs
      > starts to fall esleep and I have to switch which one is on top. Do
      > you have any suggestions? thanks for your help.


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