Mindfulness

One can spend a lot of money learning various forms of meditation and one can even pay to gain a diploma in meditation. Meditation has become a market product! I believe, however, that the teaching of meditation should be free. For those thinking they would like to learn about meditation I recommend Mindfulness by Tessa Watt, which is straightforward, simple and practical.

For many the practice begins with something so simple — sitting still and listening. If you are in a park or a garden, just sit still for even fifteen minutes and listen to the sounds around you and the silence within yourself. In our noise-bound society to achieve even this is something of a marvel! Then slowly begin to breathe in and out consciously: breathe in, pause; breathe out, pause. So simple.

2 thoughts on “Mindfulness”

  1. James,
    Thanks! And continued thanks for keeping in touch via the blog.
    I’m working on my 9th book, EMBODYING THE WORD: Movement Training for the Actor. When I’m a little farther along, I’d like to share it with you.
    Reid

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