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It is always wonderful when somebody as experienced as Deepak Chopra writes about one of his meditation techniques that he personally uses. This article from Care2.com is very short and to the point. Chopra calls this ” the art of not doing”. This technique for meditation has been adapted from his book, Unconditional Life: Discovering the Power to Fulfill Your Dreams, by Deepak Chopra (A Bantam Book, 1991).
When I sit down to meditate, my inner experience can best be described by what I am not doing: I am not focusing my mind or contemplating any idea. I am not in an introspective or spiritual mood. I do not count, time, or control my breaths. No effort is being made to cause certain thoughts to come or go. There is no particular feeling I try to either induce or avoid. I do not pay attention to my body in a special way or attempt to relax any part of it. If I start to fall asleep, I do not resist the impulse. Read the original story here
I admit it. I’m a big fan of Deepak Chopra. He has lived a fine life in the public eye, seems to really walk his own talk, and is a wonderful writer who keeps things interesting and informative. I am always eager to learn new meditation techniques from him, and to share them here with you.
Have you read any Deepak Chopra books?