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  1. kerouacian616

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    I just started this lifeflow system and right from the start my meditation is very deep and with moving pictures..just way far out stuff.I wonder whats happening with my mind while all this is going on.
     
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    Why concern yourself with what's going on in your mind. That's just your mind telling you you need to know, so it can keep it's own 'ego' going. The point of meditating is to recognise that you are not just within the mind and it matters not what it chooses to do while you meditate. ;)

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    Going to far

    Im currently having sleep issue,most of this is a result of spending a full year in afgahnistan.Im wondering.Would it be pushing the river to do two sessions a day,because i have heard that one hour of meditation is as good as four hours of sleep. Peace
     
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    How long are you meditating for in your one session?

    A coupe of 20-30 minutes meditations a days is plenty for most.
     

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