Huseng wrote:That's natural.
Just refocus on the breath. The passing thoughts will come and go.
In due time your mind will settle and distracting thoughts will cease altogether. This leads to single-pointed focus.
lisehull wrote:I have been meditating for four years now and still have trouble with discursive thinking. I just keep practicing and hope the rushing thoughts will eventually calm down. Some days are better than others, but from what I understand the goal isn't to have no thoughts anyhow.
bunny wrote:Having thoughts or no is of no revelance. I was taught that the purpose of meditation is to centre and ground yourself. Also to get your energies correct (re-aligned) before you start the day (in morning meditation) and before you go sleep (at night-time meditation).
"Dwelling on whether you have thoughts or no stops the flow of energy that meditation is supposed to have. It prevents this practice from achieving its full potential in you" Quote from one of my early meditation teachers.
bunny wrote:Why apologise to me if you thought that this was basic stuff to me?
bunny wrote: and also surely the end goal is the same?
DarwidHalim wrote:You don't prefer one of them. Any of them is not an issue, because they are essentially same.
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