Letting go through NonDirective Meditation, why it’s important, and how that achieves mindfulness.
Nondirective meditation may be the best form of meditation for ADHD, considering the associated symptoms and challenges.
Some problems need to be solved – and it is hard work. Other problems can be dissolved, simply, with a good meditation habit, but how is that possible?
With all the options available for NonDirective meditation support – which one is right for you?
How learning nondirective meditation can help you de-stress, relax, and enjoy life – and why it’s so easy to learn.
Shinzen Young’s “Do Nothing” meditation (Video link included)
A quick 15 minute video with a great explaination on the why’s and how’s of nondirective meditation.
Whether your meditation tells you to concentrate, focus, or “pay attention to”, you might not be doing something that is too different from other types of meditations.
Is there really one that’s better? Mindfulness or Nondirective? Or is it all just a personal preference?
How to enjoy dialog about meditation and still not create expectations for your own meditations.