Enemies of Meditation
Thursday, September 15, 2016
In meditation practice, as in the rest of our lives, certain conditions arise in our ordinary everyday consciousness that constrain our open spirit. Many
of these such as the emotions of anger, resentment and sorrow are easy to see. There are however, certain conditions that arise in meditation that
are only obvious when we realise that they exist in us. The following are some of these.
Transitioning to and from Sitting
Looking for mind is not Mindfulness
Not Having a Real Interest
Constantly Analyse instead of Realise
Rushing and Dawdling
Loving the Philosophy instead of seeing it as a Guide to Practice
Trying Too Hard
Being Serious or Flippant
By Kevin Niv Farrow
Kevin is the Founder and Director of AcuEnergetics® as well as a Master AcuEnergetics® Practitioner and Teacher of AcuEnergetics®. Kevin has practised and studied meditation and the energetic system since 1974. He has taught since 2000 and his published writings, meditation CD’s and teachings have brought him worldwide recognition as a unique and practical meditation teacher and an expert in the field of energy medicine. He currently teaches in Australia, USA, India, Asia and Europe. For more information about Kevin, visit Kevin's full biography.