Guided Loving-Kindness (Metta) Meditation – 30 Minutes (How do I Meditate?)

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  1. LeMétaphysicien

    January 24, 2019 5:34 pm

    Please, what do you mean by: "when progress appears please contact us at Dhamma Sukha Meditation Center for further guidance at [email protected]" What is your definition of "progress"? And what are the "benefits" of this meditation?

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  2. Irena Bushong

    February 22, 2019 1:06 pm

    I just started practisung this mediation and find is very appealing and helpful to queit my mind, but keep experiencing two main issues, 1) i when i meditate listening to this recording, it seems my mind gets used to the „ routine of the words” and kind of bored because knows what happens next, so it is harder and harder and harder to experience the same amazing peace and harmony that i had for the first time listening to it.Is this normal ? It feel like staying on the object of meditation causes tension ( work) in my mind 2) during the video there is a lot of instructions/ information that kind interefere with my focusing in the meditation object utself, but when I try to meditate without the video I have a problem to „ stay on track” is this ok to continuation meditating listening to the sound /video ir should i try to meditate without it ( knowing the idea, ryłeś and recommendations ) ? I would like to comntionue this meditation because it helps me to battle my depression a lot !

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  3. mick dooley

    April 2, 2019 10:05 pm

    Thank you for this. I am halfway through reading Path to Nibbana. I need to stop half heartedly meditating and fully commit. So grateful to have people like David on this planet.

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  4. TheObjectiveRealist

    April 6, 2019 1:20 am

    So what is the point of switching from yourself to a spiritual friend? Wouldn’t just using yourself as the object be enough?

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  5. Dan Deasy

    May 26, 2019 12:57 pm

    Thank you, that was totally amazing, my mind has been all over the place today (manly in the past or the future) and this meditation was truly calming and reinvigorating. Thanks once again for sharing!
    Dan

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