15 thoughts
last posted March 21, 2014, 2:07 p.m.

12 earlier thoughts


The moment someone tells you, 'pay non-judging attention to your thoughts and feelings, and they will arise and pass,' you're awfully likely to take up that practice with the expectation/hope/intention that the thoughts and feelings in question are going to pass. You've set up an aversive relationship, where you're doing this practice in order to escape or rid yourself of experiences you don't enjoy.

2 later thoughts