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    @propreffered7 - I'll respond tomorrow as I'm on my phone at the moment.

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    Okay, but there is also many types, levels and degrees of meditation. Mine focuses more on introspection and my awareness of and my impact within the environment around me. Believing that there are no negative emotions may work in a closed environment, but in the real world, they are alive and well and will hit you like a hammer if you're not prepared for them.
    Well, it's not denial of unpleasant experiences. It's more the idea that "ranking" emotions from good to bad is unhelpful because it leads us to favor certain emotions over others. That is, it causes us to avoid anything that might create sadness or anger or frustration. In reality, pain is often a really strong indication if what's important to us, so to call such emotions negative or bad when they can be arguably more instructive than happiness doesn't really play out so well.

    Again it's not denial. It's viewing them in a manner that allows openness to experiencing them regardless of what pain they might carry with them.
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    Well, it's not denial of unpleasant experiences. It's more the idea that "ranking" emotions from good to bad is unhelpful because it leads us to favor certain emotions over others. That is, it causes us to avoid anything that might create sadness or anger or frustration. In reality, pain is often a really strong indication if what's important to us, so to call such emotions negative or bad when they can be arguably more instructive than happiness doesn't really play out so well.

    Again it's not denial. It's viewing them in a manner that allows openness to experiencing them regardless of what pain they might carry with them.
    I can appreciate your belief in this philosophy but I've seen other similar advocates that espouse it in action and it doesn't appear to hold up under pressure. Maybe it works for you.
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    Originally Posted by KRANE View Post
    I can appreciate your belief in this philosophy but I've seen other similar advocates that espouse it in action and it doesn't appear to hold up under pressure. Maybe it works for you.
    That's fine, though I'd never rely on any individual or individuals' anecdote. Even just analyzing this statement in a Western and logical way shows it's pretty rational. There's lots of science behind it, too, per Relational Frame Theory.
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    I got to my fourth day of meditation today and it was actually pretty difficult to not go ahead and just pass it up.

    Today was the first day, well first day out of four, where I went to look at my computer before going over to meditate. I was kind of bent on not doing it for a couple minutes. But, I did anyways. I was more anxious and it was more difficult to keep focused on my breath. Halfway through, I was able to find what everyone else calls a center and focus on that. But it was still difficult to keep my mind from wandering.

    I think it's most difficult because I already got what I wanted out of meditation. I got a sense of balance and presence, and now that I have it, I don't feel like there's a point in continuing to do it again until I become overwhelmed with something. I'm going to set a goal to do this for two weeks straight and that's it. To think I'm going to do this for the rest of my life is just setting myself up for failure.

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    It's pretty amazing. I learnt to relax by myself, to focus.. and saw many benefits spread out from it (social, etc.). You can learn online (hackself.org) or in person (tm.org). Just be consistent.
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    Zen Meditation is the heart of Zen Buddhist experience. Having Zen meditation, your correct posture is vital though it's not a difficult task.
    While you started, your accommodation and surrounding should have a quiet and peaceful place manner. During practice, Keep in mind room temperature should be medium and light also.
    Various Postures;
    There has various way to do Zen meditation but traditionally used lotus position. Yet least can be recommended for that. If you do not feel comfortable. Zazen is practice sitting on a zafu, a thick and round cushion, in the full lotus. In this way, zazen practice will be more comfortable and stable.

    It might be unnatural or uncomfortable posture for the beginner but having practice, your legs and hips will be more comfortable and flexible and body and mind will be relaxed as well.
    The Eyes: while practicing Zen you eyes should open on meditation. This way prevent your daydreaming. Also, your eyes will come to rest in a position. After that, you will get more sleep.
    Breathing:
    Zen meditation with breathing is so powerful that it cannot be compared with any other, and it is a fundamental part of the Zazen practice. While doing zazen keep close your mouth and then breath quietly through the nose.
    Zen breathing and martial arts breathing are similar, and they can be compared to the mooing of a cow or the roaring of a tiger. As you know that martial arts breathing and zen breathing is quite similar. As long you practice it and focus on exhalation while inhalation is done by naturally. While doing that keep calm with deep natural rhythm. The would be great.
    While understanding the concept of Zen meditation, there have tremendous health benefits such as
    Improve your breathing power,
    Body, mind, and soul become closer.
    The whole body becomes more flexible.
    Enhance muscle strength.
    The body becomes more balance


    While starting take a few deep breaths and feel comfortable, close your hands that fist your thumbs inside your finger, get back of your hand on your knee and then balance your body from left to right three or four times.
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