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Do you meditate?


If yes, do you practise a formal type of meditation or do you simply take time out from your day to quiet your mind?

 

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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Your meditations sound like wonderful, mini holidays! It would be very easy to do in the middle of a work day too. Excellent!


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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Hello Sushma and thanks for answering this question. I will check out your hubs on meditation.

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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Wow! Ten days of meditation? I'd like to hear more about that! I agree with you regarding teaching meditation in schools. Thanks so much for your answer.


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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    As long as we are aware and take 'breaks' from our everyday rush - sometimes the simplest is the best!

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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Yes, this does seem to be a very rigorous form of meditation - or at least a rigorous introduction. It brings to mind some First Nations rights of passage. I practise Transcendental Meditation. Whatever the form I believe it to be essential.


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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Yes, afterward - such an amazing feeling!

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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    Rameschgf - you could very well be right.

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    Carol (onegreenparachute) 4 years ago

    I have heard of this form of meditaton, have used it on occasion, and believe it to be very valuable.