Saturday, May 21, 2011

Yogic tip for today : How to focus your mind during meditation

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From Sw Satyananadji:
In yogic concentration, the mind is not held completely rigid: the process of the mind are not curtailed. The mind is held so that it is aware of one object, but it should move in the sense that it realises deeper aspects of the object. It realises aspects of the object that were not perceivable before the mind was continually wandering from one object to the next. This may be compared to a person visiting an art gallery. If he quickly glances at each picture, he sees little of the fine detail. If, on the other hand, he spends half an hour studying one picture, the finer and more subtle points will be revealed.


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