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  • Date Submitted: 11/19/2013 7:27 AM
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Friday October 4, 2013
Time: 9:00pm
Duration: 20
Sitting meditation

This meditation session was very relaxing and successful. I started off the session with focusing on the rhythm of my breaths as I inhaled and exhaled. This helped me clear my mind from any compulsive thinking. As the session progressed my attention was very well focused on my feet, my back and arms. My mind did wonder off a couple of times and started thinking about what I had done earlier in the day but I was able to catch my thoughts and bring back my attention either to my hands or my breathing.

Saturday October 5, 2013
Time: 5pm
Duration: 15 min
Lying meditation

During this session my mind kept getting lost in thought. I tried ushering it back to the present but somehow it was always wondering off into memories and worries. Also, my body felt heavy and tired. I was trying to resist from falling asleep. I was focusing on my breathing and that helped me guide my attention back to my present body. This session did not go so well.

Sunday October 6, 2013
Time: 6:00pm
Duration: 20 min
Sitting Meditation

In this meditation session I felt awareness in my body. The sensation of my toes was tingly and cool. Suddenly some thoughts flooded my attention but I was able to usher my attention back to my toes and my face. As my attention focused on my muscles I was able to relive some tension. I focused on my face and noticed that it I had tension between my eyebrows. I just relaxed my face and moved on to the next body part. At the end of the session my body was feeling peaceful.

Monday October 7, 2013
Time: 12pm
Duration: 20 min
Sitting meditation

Today’s meditation session went smoothly. My body felt very relaxed as I tuned into my bodily sensations. There were a few bodily pains that I felt on my feet and my forearms. As soon as my mind focused on other body parts, the bodily pains were slowly diminishing. My positive thoughts were coming and...

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