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2012-08-11 Awareness of Thinking (part 2 of 2) 57:51
Most meditation techniques focus on the breath, bodily sensations, or the sense doors, and treat thinking as a distraction. In this meditation workshop, Jason Siff will teach a method of becoming more aware of one’s thoughts and emotions in meditation. The approach he developed is called, “Recollective Awareness Meditation,” and you can find out more about it at this website: www.skillfulmeditation.org
New York Insight Meditation Center Awareness of Thinking
2012-08-11 Awareness of Thinking (part 1 of 2) 1:21:55
Most meditation techniques focus on the breath, bodily sensations, or the sense doors, and treat thinking as a distraction. In this meditation workshop, Jason Siff will teach a method of becoming more aware of one’s thoughts and emotions in meditation. The approach he developed is called, “Recollective Awareness Meditation,” and you can find out more about it at this website: www.skillfulmeditation.org
New York Insight Meditation Center Awareness of Thinking
2011-02-19 Working With Repetition 44:07
Does a formulaic approach to meditation get in the way of discovering exactly what's going on? In this talk Jason talks about how we respond when our mind gets stuck in a groove, answering questions from those taking part.
Wellington Insight Meditation Community
2011-02-19 Is Somebody Else's Practice Your Practice? 27:31
Using material from his book "Unlearning Meditation", Jason introduces the practice of recollective awareness
Wellington Insight Meditation Community

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