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Life is the Laboratory in which we practice meditation

Our  life is the laboratory in which we practice what we learn during Meditation. Profound realizations happen in meditation. But even more profound realizations revelations  can occur when we really examin e our inner self in the midst of day-to-day activities. That is when we come face to face with our true motives, and the armor of pretense we wear to survive in the world. In Meditation, our mind tries to divert our attention by indulging in interesting distractions. We just notice the distraction and return our focus to our breath. We have to use the same technique in our day-to-day life as well, which is full of all kinds of distractions. We must just notice the distractions and get back to the job at hand.                                             -Art and Science of Meditation

Be one with the Breath

Be one With the Breath

Meditation is Action

    Meditation must be followed by Action - and true meditation is action. - Seth


Sounds a lot like an after-party :), but is much more fun. I remember when we used to finish a meditation session at the Vipassana retreat, the last 10 minutes were for metta, (loving-kindness I think) where we would say 'may all beings be happy and share our peace with the world. Now, this one though is purely technical -- try it, see if it resonates.