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05_Working-with-thinking-pain.mp3(5) Working with Thinking and Pain2384 viewsWorking with Thinking and Pain in meditation, explains how to relate to pain and the ability to handle the "Thinking Mind" skilfully.
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File10_(AM)_Contemplating_the_thought-stream.mp3Contemplating the Thought-stream934 viewsPatrick Kearney's Vipassana Retreat Talk at Bodhi Tree Monastery (2009)

Our addiction to thinking creates a major barrier to settling into Samadhi, “unification” or “concentration.” Often we try to push thought away, or simply endure it as an unpleasant fact of life. But the essence of this practice, according to Mahasi Sayadaw, is to note, or be deliberately aware of, whatever is predominant in any of the six sense fields, now. If thinking is currently predominant, then thinking should be our meditation
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x55.mp3Working with Thinking and Pain583 viewsAt the beginning of the practice at least, a lot of meditators are much troubled by their thoughts as well as painful body sensations. Pain from the sitting posture is workable, as the cause comes from not being accustomed to the crossed legged sitting posture. Thinking is more of a challenge, as it requires patience and skill to come to terms with it.
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