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Mindful meditation is one meditation type, but there is so much more. Not everyone can meditate like this, and especially those who are incapacitated or injured and unable to sit or maintain a position for any length of time.
However, a good article on this type of meditation. Thank you!
Personally, I could not sit like this for more than a few minutes, and I have discovered other ways of achieving the outcome. I wrote about it here http://www.lifechange90.com/how-to-meditate/ as a result of my experiences.
Meditation has been powerful for me, healing and fulfilling, giving me the time I needed to maintain my creativity and problem solving abilities. I have found it incredibly valuable.
The Buddhist idea of bardo, or "in between" time, can help us in transitions.
Bringing mindfulness meditation into movement
When mindfulness practice is boring, is something wrong?
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