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On Dec 7, 2018 Jagdish P Dave wrote:|
Meditation to me is training the mind to cultivate skills of unwavering concentration and non-judgmental acceptance. It creates a state of witnessing consciousness in which things come and go, perceptions of all kinds of impermance. When I do not get attached to the changing scenario of impermanence, pleasant or unpleasant, I do not perceive the distinction between "me meditating impermanence" and "impermanance meditating me." The distinction between subject and object goes away in such unitary state of consciousness.
On Dec 13, 2018 Amy wrote:
People "close to you" never pass away! They are closer than you think! Always hope ...