“Just as the ocean may be turbulent above, but is always still in its depths, so beneath the surface noise of our thoughts there is always available a deep reserve of calm and tranquillity.”
Calmness is not merely an absence of thought, but a vibrant presence. The first mistake we make is trying too hard. Calmness is not something to strive for — to do so is usually counter-productive — but to relax into. The second mistake we make is to regard our thoughts as the enemy. This merely stirs up more inner turbulence.
The simple, step-by-step practices taught here will help you to:
- Switch from relating to thoughts as disruptive and unwanted, to seeing them in a kind, friendly, and accepting way.
- Create a sense of spacious awareness in which thoughts can come and go without disturbing your tranquility.
- Quiet the mind quickly and effectively by changing the way you pay attention to your experience.
- Learn to find calmness by making less effort, not more. Steady and slow your mind by allowing your attention to rest in sensory awareness.
This album contains four guided meditations:
- The “Eyemax” Experience (17:02)
- Just Listening (22:30)
- Resting in the Present Moment (21:48)
- Three-Point Mindfulness (15:32)
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