Easy Come, Easy Go - Tab
- Hi Tab,
I am having posting problems - so I am not sure if this will get through or which route it will take.
I too have this "problem". One approach is that maybe you only thought you had a solution! That what you had was the feeling of accomplishment rather than the solution.
A second approach is that maybe you should not have the solution. That your inner self thinks it is not in your best interest long term.
However, assuming those are not true, then I would simply suggest practice. You might do some "self-suggestion" before you start your session and over time you recall ability should improve. I work on the basis that my inner self knows best. That there is an underlying reason why you got a glimpse at the solution before it was taken away from you. If the solution was truly important you would remember it. Maybe a better solution is around the corner!
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Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 5:22 AM
Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Easy Come, Easy Go
The last time I had a startling revelation to a problem during a
meditation, it was like the answer simply presented itself without
any degree of pondering. It seemed to appear out of nowhere and it
created a sense of awe. However, when the meditative process came to
an end, unfortunately, as easily as the idea had come, it as quickly
fled. How could I have lost so easily what I thought to be a such a
brilliant discovery? Is there any technique where I could recapture
that which I forgot? Is it possible to be able to write things done
during a session without breaking the magic of the moment?
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- Thanks Tony for your response. That does make me feel better about
things. All will be known in good time.
I was wondering if you find meditation in the early morning hours of
more benefit then at other times during the day? I find it is easier
to fall into before the mind becomes too occupied.