Most Basic Be aware of your in-breath and out-breath. Be aware of the sound. Experience each of your body parts. (aware of sensations in each body part.) Experience your whole body. Be aware of everything you are experiencing in the present moment. Experiencing constant change in your breath (or in the present moment). Motion Be … Continue reading Basic Mindfulness Techniques
Add the following in between 3rd and 4th practice of Five Mindfulness of Breathing. “3.5. Know the relation between the breath and another object.”
1. Remember what you receive. (e.g. benefit or kindness you received in your life) 2. Thank the giver. 3. Wish the giver (well and) happy. 4. Intent to benefit the giver (or make the giver honorable). 5. Experience joy in the joy of the giver.
1. Know your breath. 2. Know the cause of your breath. 3. Know your breath from another angle. 4. Know the true nature of your breath. 5. Examine your mind that knows the breath whether it is reliable.
1. Be aware of your in-breath and out-breath. 2. Be aware of your breath and your whole body. 3. Just be with your breath and your body. 4. Be aware of breath and joy. 5. Be aware of your breath and an urge. 6. Just be with your breath and the urge. 7. Be aware … Continue reading Eight Mindfulness of Breathing
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First Practice Just notice all your breathing experiences. Note: Continuous awareness is the key skill. (It means continuous awareness of breathing experiences from the beginning to the ending of your one breath. It is like a cat watching every movement of a frog, which is waiting for an opportunity to run away from the cat.) … Continue reading Mindfulness Basics