“Do Nothing” Meditation

By on December 18, 2014

Want to discover a different type of meditation, which involves doing nothing (no mantra, no breath focus, no visual aid, nothing)?

Then take a look at the video below…

Shinzen Young introduces us to a form of (in his own words) “anti-meditation”, and starts by saying that the verb “do” and “nothing” do not go together.

He then explains how they go together in this meditation, and instructs you in how to do (or not to do) “do nothing” meditation.

Confusing? Let Shinzen explain it to you in his own clear words.

After watching the video, do you feel like giving this a try? Comment below and let us know.

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