Meditation Isn’t A Learning Process” – Chogyam Trungpa

“You see, meditation should not be regarded as a learning process. It should be regarded as an experience process. You should try to learn from meditation, but try to feel it. Any tendency to categorise what goes on during meditation as learning is an obstacle to meditation. This also applies to exotic techniques. They are also an obstacle because, when you use a technique that has an exotic flavour, you are more conscious of the technique than its application. So any technique used in the practice of meditation should be a purely functional one with no implication of any kind to it at all.”

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