Mingyur Rinpoche guides you through meditating with thought.
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Mingyur Rinpoche is so good at reassuring us that we can learn this – reducing our stress at possibly doing it wrong
I agree. I’ve always meditated on the breath only and coming back to the breath when I notice ‘a story’ in my head. Very freeing to meditate on that little monkey and practice not letting him grab me.
I have found this guided meditation very helpful. I am very struck by Mingyur Rinpoche saying “mind and body together” and keeping this in mind seems to help my meditation. Is this something we should always remember at the beginning of a practice and during the practice? Is it just relevant to meditation on thought or for all practices? Thank you, Lynda
What a great way to relax. Thank you
my awareness can not catch up with my thought. It is always half a mile behind. Awareness is like a police coming when everything is over. can see ones thought simultaneously like seeing a movie.
What a very neat trick! 🙂 when mingur Rinpoche said “watch your thoughts” the thought I was experiencing dissolved, I couldn’t watch it because it wasn’t there! I became the watcher. Then later attention was caught again in thinking g and there came the memory ” watch your thought” again it dissolved…. I’m very grateful! I’ve never actually experienced that before….. I can see that if I practice like this I will become more familiar with the watcher than the thinker…..
Taking the break for open awareness is a wonderful way to re-boot my practice. With all the practices, this re-boot seems to allow me to get my body, breath, eyes, muscles, all back in the right place.
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