Lately I've been practising meditation without focusing on an object, I simply do nothing and let my mind do what it wants.
I often find I enter a meditative state where I simply do not think of anything, I simply sit there and experience being in the moment.
Basically I'm practising NO meditation meditation: http://www.emoclear.com/nomeditationmeditation.htm
I know this is a lot like breathing meditation, however, I am not focusing on any particular object and simply doing nothing.
Is this a form of insight meditation as I am simply sitting there with a quiet mind allowing my thoughts/feelings etc.. come and go as they will? The reason im a bit reluctant to think so is because I sometimes experience NO thought. This meditation seems quite beneficial to me and I often would practise it every now and then and go back to breathing meditation.
My question is what do you think of this meditation? Is it viable? Is it meaningless without an object?
I eagerly and thankfully await your replies!