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Thoughts are endless and keep distracting me when I meditate. How can I have less?

May 29, 2017   |   Leave a reply

The meditation begins at 6:18
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Hello, excellent meditator. Before this week’s practice, I have the delight of continuing to answer the questions you have submitted to me. This week’s question is from Jacqui:

As an over-thinker I struggle with thinking that occurs when I meditate. Somedays there seems to be a lot and it can be a challenge to stay focused on my breath. I wonder too at times how do I differentiate between being mindful and over thinking.

Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could find the “off” switch for thoughts?! Having never found it, I have no idea. Instead we could use our thoughts to create more gentleness both on and off the cushion.

Thoughts? (Hee.) Let’s hear them.

If you would like me to answer your question, simply leave it in comments or click on the “Ask Susan” podcast link, leave me a phone message, and I’ll answer on my podcast.

Enjoy!

Love, Susan

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“With wisdom, creativity and artistry, Susan Piver brings a Buddhist lens to the spiritual map of the Enneagram. The results are vibrant and nourishing; a banquet of insights that help us transmute our difficult emotions into pure expressions of our basic goodness.”

 – Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance