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Pliancy of mind

Discussion in 'Seekers Circle' started by Geoff-Allen, Feb 7, 2020.

  1. Geoff-Allen

    Geoff-Allen Resident megalomaniac

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    Greetings fellow earthlings!

    Hope you are enjoying your time on this forum.

    Here's an article you may find useful/inspiring/whatever -

    I’m inspired to write this blog because my meditation skills and calm composure have been put to the test in a big way recently and I have gained deeper insight into the benefits and application of pliancy of mind as developed in mindfulness meditation. In the ancient Buddhist meditation manuals it says that pliancy is fully achieved after mastering concentration meditation which is called shamatha meditation in Buddhist terms. But what does it really mean to have pliancy of mind and how does mindfulness meditation help?

    Comes from this site -

    https://www.thewayofmeditation.com.au/mindfulness-meditation-develops-a-flexible-mind

    Enjoy your day!
     
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