What do you mean by, ”Do you see a comparable point…?” I don't know what you are asking.
In my opinion, meditation is a mental exercise that can be practiced anywhere and anyhow, as long as you stay focused. And encorpurating verious breathing techniques and movements makes it more dynamic and challenging.
Non-dual techniques differ from popular ones such as Vappasana in subtle, but important ways. With non-dual practices, you are Loren likely to have the direct experience that the self is an illusion. All there is consciousness and it’s contents.
I don’t understand your second question. Do I comparable point to what exactly?
- What are some tips for someone just starting out with meditation?
- Any good techniques on how to stop your mind wandering while meditating or will it just take lots of practice?
- How do you deal with pain from traumas while meditating and how do you access and release these experiences to fully let them go?
- What do you thing of, while meditating?
- Where is the best place to meditate?
- What type of meditation do you use e.g. guided, breathing etc
- Relationship issues in any form, how do you cope to release tension and heartache?
- Where is the best place to meditate ?
- How do you motivate yourself to meditate when it just feels boring? Once I start, I’m always glad I did, but getting over the hump to start is often hard.
- What do you think about while meditating?