On Meditation


What is meditation?

It’s a very natural state of mind.

The mind is “between things”. 

It’s a state necessary for change to happen.


Common misconceptions about meditation:

It’s agitation of or work for the mind.

It isn’t. It’s learning how your mind works.

“I should meditate each day. I want to get into the habit.”

Don’t even start meditating if that’s your approach. Meditation is an antidote to habit.

I need a quiet, peaceful room for it.

In the beginning, yes. For later on I recommend the back of an open truck or a schoolyard at lunch break.

“I will become a better person if I meditate.”

No, but you might learn how to be you properly.


Never forget this:

Meditation and spiritual practice are a big scam.

Becoming addicted to meditation is about as bad as doing none at all.

Have fun.


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