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I wrote about my husband's experience with meditation yesterday in The New York Time's Well blog.
Since many people have asked, my husband did a 10-day Vipassana meditation, organized by these folks.
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Hello there, I just read your piece on meditation in NYT. I have been practicing, for the last 15 years, a meditation technique that's the only one in the world that gives you the actual absence of unwanted, unnecessary thought at will, within 5-10 minutes of first trying it. Using this technique, anyone can come in the 'now'. The technique works by activating an energy inside you that totally shuts down the assault of random thoughts bombarding your mind. You experience total mental silence, that's deeply blissful while staying fully in control of your environment.
This technique cured my chronic migraines within weeks. It's radically different from the contemporary methods of focusing one's attention on objects or ideas, which use the mind to the shut off the mind. The technique is being used in 90+ countries of the world currently.
Pls let me know if you'd like to discuss this in detail. I can have physicians from our meditation talk to you on the subject also.
February 01, 2011 at 09:33 AM
The man who feels this can wield the authority of an educator without infringing the principle of liberty!
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February 15, 2011 at 06:08 PM
I thought you might be interested in this article titled "Are People Who Meditate the Top Social Change Agents" and supporting research from The SHIFT Report's 5,000 person study . Blog post inspired by your article!
All the best, Kierstin
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