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Posted November 3, 2011
I appreciate the perspective I gained from reading this book. I learned about different meditation traditions and how they often set up a conflict between meditation instructions and "the mind as it is."
Jason Siff opened my eyes and gave me more confidence to follow my own process in meditation. It may take longer to have some of the "payoffs" of meditation, but I appreciate paying attention to the quality of the moment and not forcing myself to follow a practice that I judge myself about.
I feel more freedom from "meditator's guilt" -- guilt from not meditating every day or from not doing the practice "right."
I am grateful for Jason's experience and the kind and thoughtful way in which he shares it.
The breath-focused practice I began with is still valuable to me, but now I feel more confident about letting myself wander a little more. Or a lot more, as the case may be.
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