Meditation In Action by Chogyarn Trungpa

This is a very interesting little book, written in a warm colloquial style. I feel this to be a huge asset for anyone especially people on Step I. For example, it gives some explanation of why one should not think in terms of good and bad. Why we should not suppress thoughts, because others can spring up in their place. How meditation brings up feedback, or more suggestions for the black and white mirror of the soul. How we can step back and not only examine thoughts but our life. How saying no is one of the most generous things we can do for ourselves.

It also suggests how to concentrate on one thought, no thought, or a train of thoughts as the humble magician wrote about. Also viewing oneself, which will be advantageous on later steps.

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