Meditating on My Inability to Meditate


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  1. So true. I fail in meditation. But that is because someone told me how to do it, according to what works for them. I realized I meditate naturally quite often. When I walk in a wheat field, in water, look at a fire or fish tank. My thought flow and go, they wonder without stress, they don’t attach themselves.

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