Using Senses to Meditate: Meditation #13

If you use an external image to meditate, you are using your sense of sight to see this object. Since you’re using a sense, it becomes “meditation of the sense/s”.

For example, if you place a candle in front of you to focus to meditate, you’re using your senses to meditate.

If you can smell the object, like an aromatherapy candle infused with scent, then you are using your senses of sight and smell to meditate.

You may like to have a physical object of your own choice. You may select one that holds positive affirmations for you.

Sit in a quiet place and focus on your object for sense meditation. Breathe calmly. Revel in the beauty and greatness of the positive vibes. Concentrate for 90 seconds. If your attention strays, gently return to your focus. You should be feeling calmer, peaceful and happy. At the end of 90 seconds, slowly bring yourself back to your external world. You will begin to receive the wide variety of input from your immediate environment. Your brain starts to process the data and decide how to respond to each, to handle them. You have returned to your life.

Dreaming of lighting a candle.

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Prompt – sense from The Daily Spur.

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