Guided Meditation: Form

20 minutes

Mingyur Rinpoche guides you through meditating with form.

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October 9, 2012

8 responses on "Guided Meditation: Form"

  1. Profile photo of lholcomb

    It seems my eyes always find something to focus on.

  2. Profile photo of mattkowalski

    I like to give myself words of encouragement like “see it with your mind” or “watch your mind”. These little unspoken words help me to keep my awareness for longer stretches of time.

  3. Profile photo of julbear

    Being aware of some form helps me come back to simple awareness again and again. It shows me how often & how easily I drift off. No judgment… Just return.

  4. Profile photo of lawanda

    I tried again meditating on the black rock , this time without the distraction of saying the words “black rock”. Very funny that my monkey mind stepped it up a notch, talking a blue streak. It seems like the part of my mind that thinks in words wanted attention. I kept going back to simple awareness, but could not stay with form and awareness very long. It made me laugh!

  5. Profile photo of waltergordon

    When I focus on an object I seem to defocus (visually) and have to come back to focus. Still aware of object in defocus but have side thoughts faster in defocus than focus. That seems like a link. Liked switching to open awareness, refreshing and the time for each was about right to challenge but not too much.

  6. Profile photo of jdeshong

    Varying between object focus and objectless awareness is helpful in keeping meditatiin fresh. In objectless i have need to occassionally vary gaze up/down if slipping into dullness or mind too busy, and sometimes am looking at a cloud as object when doing objectless , but catch and go back to broader focus.

  7. Profile photo of dianarmolinarigmail-com

    I discovered that the tendency to name, analyse, and like or dislike the object disappears when I
    am able to hold the object in loose focus.
    Otherwise when the focus becomes less relaxed,
    these distractions become sticky and mind is sucked in and gets lost. It is amazing to see how we wallpaper our reality in this way!

  8. Profile photo of darlenelaski

    I don’t have a car so I walk a lot and usually the same routes so to stay mindful while I’m walking, I pretend I’m describing everything I see, hear, feel, taste, and smell to a blind, deaf, friend at my side.

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