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Are you referring to Buddhist Dhamma Meditation? With Buddhist Vipassana {Mindfulness Meditation) it is taught that to cling or become selfishly attached to even the wholesome states of mind experienced in Mindfulness Meditation shouldn’t be ones aim. Why? Because even these calm concentrated states of mind are impermanent. These states are not lasting-they are impermanent. Mindfulness Meditation helps us to see into the true nature of things-‘to see things as they really are’. *Mindfulness is experienced through all our senses-including Mind {thoughts). Mindfulness doesn’t just take place in Meditation; but moment by moment in our daily life. Vipassana (Mindfulness) Meditation… Read more »

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The rule of the Dhamma There must be more self control if we are to follow the method of practice. That is to say, we should not lose mindfulness in any of our activities, remaining mindful when eating, sitting, lying down, thinking and so on. If we lose mindfulness, this is because we lack or forsake personal guidelines. We must have rules for ourselves. We must control ourselves and control our actions in order to gain more awareness and become more conscious of our movements. We must learn how to use a restraining morality in order to be more aware.… Read more »

Vanessa83
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It’s a type of bhuddist meditation.

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absolutely nothing, and that’s the way I like it.