Music wrote:I am assuming that doing meditation for a longer duration is better than short bursts?
The point is to tame the mind, not reconfigure your legs.
lobster wrote:The point is to tame the mind, not reconfigure your legs.
Exactly so. If it is not your custom or inclination, there is no benefit to sado masochistic contortions.
You may get increased endomorphin to counter pain production and bliss out. Not really meditative at all . . .
When one meditates, do it for a short time; but do it again and
again and again. The whole point is to develop a habit of
meditation. If one meditates at first for too long, the mind just
becomes more and more agitated and difficult to control. If one
meditates for a short time and renews the session many times,
then each time the mind will be fresh and clear and able to settle
down more easily. So meditate again and again until the habit of
meditation grows stronger.
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