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Meditation Practice

No dogma; no ritual; just sit and observe the breath... and when thoughts, sensations, emotions come up, watch those, and back to the breath: Transformation work.

  1. INFP Time Capsule.

    by , 05-20-2017 at 11:13 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by BranchMonkey View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Hombre View Post
    Imagine that we were making a time capsule specifically for INFPs. What would you put in it? What would you want INFPs 50-100+ years into the future to know about INFPs today? What would you want them to know about you specifically?
    I'd want them to know--so I would give examples, that INFPs are individuals not personality type bots.

    I'd want them to know--just in case some hadn't figured it out yet, that personality typing is outdated in many ways now, so if some

    Updated 05-20-2017 at 02:03 PM by BranchMonkey (double word; redundant: gone...)

    Compassionate Living , Meditation Practice
  2. What Drives You Most in Life?

    by , 05-19-2017 at 05:47 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by BranchMonkey View Post

    So you live for yourself, which would be "Myself. I live for me and enjoying all I can."
    I can see how you'd think that but no; I use Dharma Practice for the work I'm doing--and Metta Exercise?

    I wake up and recite it; when I roll over at night and am in pain, get up to use the bathroom, I recite it. I recite it when my husband leaves for work, later before sitting meditation. I recite it

    Updated 05-20-2017 at 02:07 PM by BranchMonkey (Typo correction for clarity. Desire exists; my "Self" does not.)

    Meditation Practice , Life
  3. What Drives You Most in Life?

    by , 05-19-2017 at 04:48 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by BranchMonkey View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Parrot View Post
    Some of you might not like this, but I'm only going to have one option. The question is what drives you? Although the emotion might not always be sustained, we all have a worldview of sorts that inspires us to be the best person we can be. Best, of course, is a relative term. What's best is subjective to each individual person. While some might believe there are objective measurements for life success, those metrics cannot be forced on us. Thus, or happiness is subjective based on our personal values

    Updated 05-19-2017 at 05:02 PM by BranchMonkey (Missing letter: needed it.)

    Forum Activity , Meditation Practice
  4. What are you thinking about?

    by , 05-14-2017 at 07:37 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by BranchMonkey View Post
    Sweet dreams ^.

    I'm going, man, I really am... but you know what, no surprise? I took my evening meds two hours late, so now I gotta wait a bit for the night time ones, and my husband had to do the grocery shopping by himself because I took my meds late, so he needs to chill.

    We'll be in bed at midnight "again"; I have to remember how to deal with the Five Hindrances or problems that get in the
  5. How are you today?

    by , 05-12-2017 at 06:27 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by BranchMonkey View Post
    Successful over all: I did range of motion; I meditated; I got the bed set up for Pickles, got her out, studied something I'm working on to assist someone with typing, and otherwise handled another rough day, so it's been OK, and it got a lot better after my husband came home and fed me, we joked, played with The Pickler and put her away...
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