The Wisdom Of No Escape
- Hi Michael,
Yes, that is exactly right. I actually picked up this book after you
suggested it to someone else here on the group. I really love it. I
have only read the first 5 chapters. I am taking my time with it, re-
reading chapters a few times before I move onto the next. I have read
alot of book that have to do with meditation and there is something
about this one that is very clear to me. I'm not quite sure what it
is, maybe just her perspective. It has definately had an influence in
Thanks for the recommendation.
--- In meditationsocietyofamerica@y..., "Michael Read" <maread@t...>
> excellent, that is a meditation described by Pem Chodrunbeen
> in her book "The Wisdom of No Escape and The Art of Lvong Kindness"
> ciao - michael
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: eveneon
> To: meditationsocietyofamerica@y...
> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2002 9:28 AM
> Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Journal Entry-Eve
> Date: August 12, 2002
> Time: 10:50am
> Duration: 30 minutes (open)
> Position: Sitting in chair, eyes closed, hands resting on knees,
> palms up
> Technique: Breath and body awareness
> Variation: chanted OM silently
> My concentration was pretty good today, considering that it has
> almost a week since I have meditated. Started out by chanting Omout
> load three times. When I noticed that my mind had wandered, Iwould
> mentally say "thinking", and bring my awareness back. Feltrelaxed
> Notes: This past week, I didn't meditate in the morning, except
> one day. I noticed that I was little less patient and a littlemore
> susceptible to getting swept away by emotions, instead of justbeing
> aware of them as they came up and then letting them go.Service.
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