Be fully aware of whatever enters the field of your experience and becomes an object for your mind: forms, sounds, odors, tastes, textures, thoughts, and emotions such as joy, sadness, desire, fear, irritation, dullness, and so on. Whatever arises becomes a support for your meditation by providing an object of awareness. Watch how these phenomena appear, remain for a while, and vanish. Reflect on their transitory and illusory nature. When your mind jumps from one phenomenon to another—sounds, forms, smells, and so on—and many thoughts flash through your mind in quick succession, if you remain mindful, the objects that attract your attention and thoughts themselves may change, but you will be able to achieve a continuous, all-pervading, panoramic mindfulness.View previous meditation
What Are Daily Meditations?
A daily meditation is a simple yet powerful way to quiet your mind and add peace to your life. By reading, speaking, or listening to a daily meditation, you nurture and heal your soul and gain creative insight.read less
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Why meditate? On what? And how? In his latest book Why Meditate?-an instant bestseller in the author's native France-Matthieu Ricard aims to answer these very questions.
Why meditate? On what? And how? In his latest book Why Meditate?—an instant bestseller in the author’s native France—Matthieu Ricard aims to answer these very questions.