Meditation : Part 1 - Deepstash

Meditation : Part 1

  • Just sit down, close your eyes, adjust in a comfortable position, whatever happens, happens. If you think, you think. If you don't think, you don't think. Don't put effort into it. Don't put effort against it.
  • When we grow up, it's all this stuff happening to you in your life and some of it you're processing some of it you're absorbing and some of it you should probably think a little bit more about and work through but you don't have time so it gets buried in you and it's all these preferences and judgements and unresolved situations and issues.......


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