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MIDL Mindfulness Training 20 to 23

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WELCOME to my Systematic Mindfulness Meditation Training Classroom.
Practice these Mindfulness exercises daily to experience the benefits of Mindfulness Meditation. Devote at least 1 week to each exercise, do not skip a step and you will strengthen your Mindfulness and Concentration in Daily Life,
enjoy, Stephen Procter

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MIDL Training 20: Observing Attention Move 2


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 20/52 you continue to refine your skill in observing habitual shifts of your attention away from the elemental quality of your body in order to develop understanding of the nature of attention. Through placing effort towards noticing when attention shifts towards thoughts arising within the mind you continue to develop your sense of investigation, continuity of mindfulness and momentary concentration. As these mental factors mature you will also start to experience the ability to observe thinking patterns as they arise within the mind in daily life. Questions & Answers




Streamed talk by Stephen Procter in April 2021 on intentionally observing the natural habitual movements of attention away from our object of meditation in order to develop wisdom.



MIDL Training 21: Flickering of Attention


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 21/52 you change from observing when your attention moves towards experiences that arise within the mind, to becoming aware of the pure movement of attention itself. The ability to do this is dependent on skills developed in previous trainings as it requires a giving up of control of habitual movements within the mind. Through grounding awareness within the sensate quality of your body and not identifying with the habitual functions of the mind it is possible to observe the rapid flickering of your attention as experiences arise within the field of the six senses. Questions & Answers




Streamed talk by Stephen Procter in May 2021 on how to progress through the stages of development of flexible attention during midl mindfulness meditation.



MIDL Training 22: Observing Thinking


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 22/52 you have now developed the mental factors and skill needed to take thinking as a meditation object without identifying with it. By releasing the habitual mind you can allow it to produce thought and follow the process of thinking in order to develop understanding of its habitual and impersonal nature.

During this training you learn to observe your experience of thinking and find that thinking has no shape or form but rather manifests as one or a combination of the five senses. We see, hear, smell, taste or feel our thoughts. Its impersonal and fleeting nature is revealed. Questions & Answers





MIDL Training 23: Observing Thinking Patterns


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 23/52 you continue to release control of the habitual mind, allowing it to produce thought so that you can observe the process of thinking to develop understanding. Through this observation you will start to see the conditional habitual thinking patterns within your mind. The habitual tendency of fascination with past and future will become clearer to you.

The defensive qualities of complaining, judging, fantasising, doubting etc within your mind start to map out the defensive qualities of what you may have believed to be your personality. Questions & Answers


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