Shinzen Young Silent Meditations

By on January 15, 2015

Ever wish you could listen to some recorded silence?

Here you go! Fantastic, right?

33 minutes of total silence, in the form of a YouTube video, for you to sit down and watch.

While it might sound silly to listen to a recording of a silent meditation, I find it helpful for 2 simple reasons:

  1. In a small way it feels like you’re meditating in the same room as Shinzen and his students, and gives an added motivation to complete the full 33 minutes of meditation – “If him and his students can do it, I should be able to do it too.”
  2. The video starts and ends with the sound from a tibetan singing bowl, so that you don’t have to keep track of the time for yourself.

Watch the video below, and see what you think (and then write a comment with your thoughts)…

If you’d rather have a shorter version, here is a 5 minute silent meditation video :

Hope you enjoyed these videos. Please share, and comment below!

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