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I've been listening to a recording of Tibetan bowls, when meditating. I get different reactions, on any given day:
-Involuntary movement of hands and legs
-Sometimes chanting, almost like "speaking in tongues"
I was just wondering what you think about this. I usually meditate alone, so is there any reason to be concerned?
It's also why people are dumping coffee and meditating more.
We're better at reading voices than faces.
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