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new to all this…any help on what to read up on and reserch pointers…

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Research Tips

  1. Get a journal or notebook.
  2. Write down techniques you will try.
  3. Do them and record your experiences.

You can keep a record on a computer, tablet, phone, or paper. I prefer paper. There are benefits to writing things out by hand for learning. There are also benefits to keeping digital copies for search ability.

So to optimize your research, keep lots of info in a digital searchable form so you can find and refer to it easily.

To optimize learning and mastery, write out by hand what you actually do.

ok thanks for that information NariusV…i would pref to write thing down to…again thanks .

Welcome.

iv never tryd to meditation before…any tips as i live in a busy household and think i would find it hard here.

do it at night, people gotta sleep sometime. Once you get the hang of meditating when there’s no distractions start doing it during the day. Should be applicable ot at least most meditation techniques?

i will try a bit later tonight…thank you.

[quote=“NariusV, post:2, topic:4638”]Read the Newsletter Archives - http://www.becomealivinggod.com/newsletter/
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Research Tips

  1. Get a journal or notebook.
  2. Write down techniques you will try.
  3. Do them and record your experiences.

You can keep a record on a computer, tablet, phone, or paper. I prefer paper. There are benefits to writing things out by hand for learning. There are also benefits to keeping digital copies for search ability.

So to optimize your research, keep lots of info in a digital searchable form so you can find and refer to it easily.

To optimize learning and mastery, write out by hand what you actually do.[/quote]

a tablet is perfect for this if it has handwriting recognition, you handwrite it into the tablet and it turns it into a digital searchable copy, win-win.

i like that little note at the end particularly, even though the whole explanation is good, “meditation is not the absence of though, but the practice of stillness” is something people miss a lot of the time, and think that because they have thoughts they aren’t meditating properly, or they’re doing something wrong, or they’re just failing at it (although the deeper you get the fewer thought tend to float by, at least in my experience).

many thnaks for all the help and tips guys .