Don’t ‘Meditate’; Barely Be Aware

Meditation is simply sitting in silence and being aware, purely aware. That pure awareness is pure consciousness, released from contaminating thoughts. When thoughts arise, it is awareness that spots them and, in this way, thoughts and awareness become a unity.

So, it’s not a matter of having no thoughts; it’s just being aware of whatever is going on in our mind. Gradually, the thoughts and our reactions take a back seat, and become redundant.

The outcome is that, in daily life, we no longer act out our thoughts and emotions as there aren’t any. There is just pure awareness ascertaining cognisance.

Don’t ‘meditate’; barely be aware.

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