I teach an approach to meditation that doesn't require counting breaths, clearing the mind, visualizations, labeling sensations, focusing on objects or replacing unwanted thoughts with better ones. Nor does it require enduring pain in rigid postures during long periods of sitting. In meditation, rather, you're allowed to be open to experience, regardless of how it shows up. Because I'm not proposing a list of approved states of mind, thoughts or feeling for meditators to have, you really can't do it wrong.
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