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Taming the Monkey Mind: Days 6 & 7

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  1. Reblogged this on Namaste Consulting Inc. and commented:
    Good to hear someone’s first hand account of their meditation experiences.. don’t be afraid… take the first step… breathe!

  2. lukescott313 says:

    keep pushing forward. meditation is definately best after exercise for sure. controlling the monkey mind is something we need to do everyday, all the time. meditation strengthens our focus. stay focused. think about controlling yourself wherever you are and focus. in this way you are focusing your meditaion always. it helps to transmute your sexual energy too with microcosmic orbit or chi gung or something along those lines. tai chi and yoga help a lot. i wish you well 🙂

  3. Rick says:

    When monkeys run the asylum you will know and return but first watch the monkeys play, sit with them no harm will come from it.
    I am confident of your resolute mind to see the way then in a charismatic manner share what you have learned.

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