Shinzen Young Teaches Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation master Shinzen Young describes mindful awareness as a “three fold attentional skill set.” In addition to strengthening our ability to focus on a specific object, Mindfulness practice also gives us two additional skills: “Sensory clarity”, the ability to break down the components of sensory experience into its parts (image, internal talk, body sensation) and the conscious development of equanimity, which Young describes as “radical non-interference with the natural flow of sensory experience” non pushing and pulling. don’t fight yourself.

In his meditation instruction Young demonstrates how to to separate sensory perceptions from our reactions, creating peace and clarity.

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