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When Time Stands Still

A refreshingly clear article on meditation by an unattributed author in The Times of India. The Times of India, incidentally, is the daily newspaper with the world's highest English-language circulation. An excerpt:

When we meditate, we do not allow our impulses and thoughts to translate into actions. We simply watch our thoughts. Looking at the thoughts, we realise that all these impulses arise in the mind. They have a life of their own. They arise even without conscious effort. By not reacting to impulses, we come to understand their nature.

January 19, 2005 | Meditation | Permalink


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