Siting Practice

15 Nov 2017 11:57 AM | Michael Kelberer (Administrator)

by Michael Kelberer

Sitting Practice

You can divide meditation practices into two categories based on what is in the foreground and what is in the background of the mind:

Concentration Practice:  We hold a single object (the breath, body sensations, sounds) clearly in the foreground with all other sensory (including mental) objects in the background.

Open Awareness Practice: Allow objects to arise into the foreground, be observed, and drop back into the background without judging, choosing or clinging to any of them. 

You can find a nice set of guided concentration practices, and one open awareness practice on our website here: Sitting Meditation

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