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Mindfulness Trainings 44 - 47


These 52 MIDL Mindfulness Trainings allow you to deepen and establish Mindfulness meditation in the midst of daily life without the need for intensive meditation practice.

44. 'Six Sense Door 1' 45. 'Six Sense Door 2' 46. 'Six Sense Door 3' 47. 'Six Sense Door 4'




Exercise Week 44:
Six Sense Doors 1:
Seeing


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 44/52 you develop your sensitivity to movements of attention towards the experience of the sense door of sight. Learning to observe awareness of seeing creates a grounding for mindfulness within daily life and also the ability to observe attraction or aversion as they arise towards what is seen.

This sensitivity allows you to soften into your relationship towards what is seen, deconditioning any habitual pattern of attraction or aversion through mindful non-participation.


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Exercise Week 45:
Six Sense Doors 2:
Hearing


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 45/52 you develop your sensitivity to movements of attention towards the experience of the sense door of hearing. Learning to observe awareness of hearing creates a grounding for mindfulness within daily life and also the ability to observe attraction or aversion as they arise towards what is heard.

This sensitivity allows you to soften into your relationship towards what is heard, deconditioning any habitual pattern of attraction or aversion through mindful non-participation.


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Exercise Week 46:
Six Sense Doors 3:
Smelling


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 46/52 you develop your sensitivity to movements of attention towards the experience of the sense door of smell. Learning to observe awareness of smell creates a grounding for mindfulness within daily life and also the ability to observe attraction or aversion as they arise towards what is smelt.

This sensitivity allows you to soften into your relationship towards what is smelt, deconditioning any habitual pattern of attraction or aversion through mindful non-participation.


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Exercise Week 47:
Six Sense Doors 4:
Tasting


In MIDL Mindfulness Training 47/52 you develop your sensitivity to movements of attention towards the experience of the sense door of taste. Learning to observe awareness of taste creates a grounding for mindfulness within daily life and also the ability to observe attraction or aversion as they arise towards what is tasted.

This sensitivity allows you to soften your relationship towards what is tasted, deconditioning any habitual pattern of attraction or aversion through mindful non-participation.


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Exercises 48 - 52