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My Meditative Moments

‘Nonjudgmental Observation’

by meditative - October 27th, 2014.
Filed under: Insights for Mindful Intelligence.

Gentle, nonjudgmental observation is a practice that helps us to recognize and better understand the nature of our innate tendencies to ‘hold on’- and to attach to certain thought & feeling patterns that arise from our internal responses to situations. It is this relaxed, balanced and abiding attention that also helps us to discover the insight & clarity to penetrate & free ourselves from the habitual ‘grip’ of our limiting cognitive & emotional patterns.

To ‘see’ our unfolding experiences from ‘center’, we begin to dis-identify from our ‘holding patterns’ of beliefs… and recognize with discerning awareness the possibilities & benefits of simply letting go of those thought & feeling loops that constrict our lives and leave us rigid and more susceptible to the vulnerabilities of suffering.

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