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Tip 7 – Meditation Technique 2 – Sensation Observation /Work Desk Yoga Course

Gautama Buddha saw a way out of human suffering and he taught the practical way of going beyond suffering.
Buddha’s technique is known as Vipassana, meaning ‘seeing things the way they are’. One of the most simplest, but profoundly effective techniques.
In this technique, you learn that you are not body! You are not sensations! You are not feelings! You are not your mind!
You learn that you are beyond all these – just a simple observer of all these at a microcosmic level.

This is a second technique for meditation.
If you did not like the first one (breath observation), then try this!

 

Tip 7 – Meditation Technique 2 – Sensation Observation

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