What Meditation is the most fun? Is also perfect for Beginners and Advanced Practitioners?
A personal favorite is #Ānāpānasati ( ānāpānasmṛti) The Pāili (and Sanskrit) word for Mindfulness of the sensation in your Body of Breathing, or simply; “#Mindfulness of #Breathing.”
Ānāpāna- basically means: Inhalation and Exhalation.
-Sati is the Pāli word for Mindfulness, and thus
With On-Going Practice:
We began to feel what it feels like to breathe.
Our breath is Always with us.
If you can find your breath you can find the “Here and Now.”
It’s highly enjoyable!
Making the out-breath or exhalation has a #calming, centering, accepting affect on the #meditation.
By shifting the focus to the inhalation or in-breath, will often have the effect of an increase in Viriya (One of the five spiritual faculties.) means: vigor, #energy, effort, proactive, perseverance.
But most importantly it gives spontaneous rise to #Transcendental, ” #Insight into the #True– #Nature of #Reality,” #Vipassana,#Emptiness, #StreamWinning, #Advaita, #NonDuality, #Enlightenment, #AwakeningToOness
Posted on July 4, 2013, in Buddhism, Meditation, Mindfulness and tagged Beginners, Best Buddhist Meditation, Bodhisattvas, Exhalation, Insight, Meditation, Mindfulness of Breathing, Pali, Sanskrit, Sati, Stream-Winning, vipassana, Ānāpānasati. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.