The Project Meditation Community Forum is temporarily in a Read-Only state due to maintenance and upgrades that are being applied. Although registration and the creation of new posts are currently not possible, you can still read and search the forum...

    If you are unable to find what you are looking for within the Project Meditation Community please check out our new Blog and/or our Facebook page.

    We will notify you as soon as our maintenance work is completed,

    Have a great day,

    Yours for HUGE success
    The Project Meditation Team

Attention and Intention

Discussion in 'Mind, Body & Spirit' started by olmate, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. olmate

    olmate Member

    Sitting down by the water in the rain this morning, reflecting on meditation, a realisation dawned on distinctions in aspects of my evolving meditation practice.

    It occurred to me that one aspect of my practice is focused on attention. That is turning into silence and stillness, deep listening and total release.

    The other context is focused on intent. This type of meditation is a centering.

    The former is an expansion into infinity. The latter is a contraction into zero.

    Both are wonderful experiences. The taste and senses of attention and intention.


Share This Page