Paul B. Farrell: 13 ways to meditate without sitting like a monk

Mindfulness is a state of being fully in touch with the present moment. It means being aware, from moment to moment, of your ideas, feelings, physical sensations and the environment around us. It includes noticing little things that you might not have discovered before. The goal is not so much about relaxing, but more on detecting things smoothly. Two aware techniques which can be done anywhere are focussed respiration and body scan.

Here are 13 examples endorsing action-oriented meditation for most Americans….Paul B. Farrell: 13 ways to meditate without sitting like a monk

Mindfulness basically calls for the passive observation of internal and external stimuli without mental reaction. It’s most explicitly, but not entirely, laid out in Buddhist meditation texts.

A number of blog posts I didn’t have time to review and post up spanning meditate

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