Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Mindfulness of Breathing

Sit : Love : Give

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More on stage two

water, flowers, and stonesNow you’ve tried the first two stages of the practice, we recommend that you spend a few days practicing them together, and appreciating the subtle differences between them.

Once you’ve done that, feel free to come back and try stage three.

As you’re practicing stages one and two together, you can return to the site and explore around these stages to answer any questions you might have.

Perhaps you’ve been wondering why we do these two stages if they are so similar. In this section you’ll discover more about what the differences are between the first two stages.

You’ll discover that the techniques involved in these stages are valuable tools that can help you to work with your mind in daily life.

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