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Meditation tutorials / guided meditation

- Tue, 08 Mar 2016 17:16:54 EST K0nW9ekW No.37855
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Anybody have any good meditation/mindfulness tutorials?

I've tried Headspace which I thought was pretty good, but I didn't want to subscribe to the full thing.

Everything I find out youtube seems a bit like woo woo bullshit. I'd prefer something more practical and straight talking.

Here's an example of one I quite like, but I've struggled to find more like it.

Simon Fallerdock - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 01:44:26 EST XolnHLx1 No.37860 Reply
If you want true enlightenment and pure meditation read a king James Bible. Seriously.
Walter Hipperson - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 03:26:45 EST jvlQ2H3q No.37984 Reply
How can you read and have single pointed focus?
fartsy McAnEducatedChemist. - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 20:40:34 EST Yy3by7K3 No.38361 Reply
welcome back chirst cock sucking retard.
fartsy McAnEducatedChemist. - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 20:43:01 EST Yy3by7K3 No.38362 Reply

if you are looking for a good guide. buy the book 'the mind illuminated' by john yates phd. it is a fantastic guide from complete beginner to enlightened master by a scientist and a budhist monk .
William Wobberbury - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:50:26 EST Yy3by7K3 No.38462 Reply

this book is the shit! FANTASTIC MEDITATION GUIDE! from beginner to enlightenment.
Clara Chondleworth - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 16:36:18 EST b37zm98H No.38565 Reply
haha, Kiel representing - thanks for those audiobooks!
Nell Punningshaw - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 06:24:59 EST 1iCDIPwM No.38625 Reply
>Everything I find out youtube seems a bit like woo woo bullshit. I'd prefer something more practical and straight talking.

It sounds like you have no interest in meditation, healing or spiritual growth. Either do it properly or don't do it at all.
Barnaby Sipperchore - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 07:28:05 EST LKrsAZWa No.38870 Reply
Just look up isochronic or binaural beats, put some headphones on, lay down, and just let your thoughts go in and out. Or you could do tm with it (repeating a mantra over and over again until you either disassociate or become lucid). Id reccomend playing the beats at a low volume for tm, as ive seen it messes with my train of thought. There are alot of clinical studies on the benifits, cons, and overall results of isochronic and binaural beats. I would look into them and see what fits what you're looking for.

Just be careful because people dont realize that once you go deep enough, its honestly as if you are tripping. Ive been meditating since i was 16 and am now 23. It took a while but once you have your first dissociation or lucid moment, the rest takes off from there. There's a reason why meditation has been a foundational brick for society in the east and in the middle east.
Barnaby Sipperchore - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 07:32:35 EST LKrsAZWa No.38871 Reply
I agree with this statement. Though personally, i prefer the nasb as it is the more literal translation of the dead sea scrolls, septuagent, tenach, and the torah, along with some historical texts found all over the world, including the U.S. supposedly, the Indians have many accounts passed down from stories od there ancestors seeing christ and being given the gift of knowing the word without reading it, so they had figured out how to right it down in their native languages. Alot of these cases were found in south america, dating back to the times of aztec and mayan cultures, before the spanish and nordics even settled in the region. I would definitely look into it for sure.
Fuck Cripperdin - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 01:11:47 EST LeA6pLiM No.38880 Reply

Imagine your thoughts are like a mist evaporating from your head. With each breath in, you acknowledge those thoughts, and with each breath out, imagine that mist blowing away. I do this daily, sometimes for 10min+ periods, sometimes just a few seconds, or while I'm doing things. In many temples meditation is just the default activity while doing everything, there is no line anymore between meditation and just living. Be consistent and practice often, that's when the real benefits will come. Best of luck OP!

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