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Re: at a wall

Postby no mike » Sun Oct 27, 2013 12:34 pm

Spiny Norman wrote:
Yes, it's difficult because there are so many different interpretations and approaches. There is for example no concensus on how the 4 tetrads of anapanasati should be interpreted - I've read 5 or 6 commentaries, and they all say something different.

I've reverted to a fairly simple approach, which seems to work for me.

Yep. Lots of different instruction out there, confusing to navigate.


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