Are You Getting What You Want Out Of Your Meditation Practice?
I once told a Zen Philosophy PHD student about my meditation practice. He told me it was cheating.
According to him “real” meditation means you need to sit for 12 hours each day, for 50 years, in the Himalayas, in complete silence, with your legs crossed, while saying “ohm”, give away all of your worldly possessions, eat nothing but rice and boiled vegetables and drink 35 cups of green tea each day… in order to achieve enlightenment. Or something like that.
In any case, everyone has heard about the importance of mediation and yet very few people are actually making progress in their meditation practice. They learn how to do it and then never improve. It's like the guy who’s been typing with two index fingers for 30 years and never learned how to use both hands on a keyboard.
If you want to get more out of your meditation practice, this article is for you.
- Why most spiritual teachers have absolutely no idea how to teach meditation.
- 4 methods to amplify your meditation practice and take it to the next level (backed by real science).
- How to meditate like a monk in the Himalayas without leaving your house.
- One very effective (and expensive) way to teach your brain to monitor itself.
- A method you can use each morning to stop your brain from procrastinating.