Learn How to Improve Concentration in Meditation
When learning how to improve concentration in meditation, there is often a struggle to find enjoyment and pleasure in the process. It is normal to experience this feeling along with the discomfort that sometimes comes with heightened emotions and even memories of meditating. By learning to accept and work with the intensity, more opportunities to understand and withstand strong experiences present themselves. By respecting yourself and listening to your feelings, it is possible to grow and find pleasure in concentration!
Today we’re sharing an excerpt from The Art and Skill of Buddhist Meditation: Mindfulness, Concentration, and Insight. In this insightful audiobook, Richard Shankman helps you fit together the sometimes confusing puzzle pieces of meditation while helping you to strengthen your overall practice. With Shankman’s gentle guidance, it doesn’t matter how experienced you are with meditation—you can learn how to deepen, or even begin, your journey with mindfulness and meditation.
What’s in this episode?
In this episode, Richard Shankman suggests helpful, kind, and aware mindsets to adopt when learning how to improve concentration in meditation.
The Art and Skill of Buddhist Meditation: Mindfulness, Concentration, and Insight
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