I found out about it from a url in another thread. Check out the technique:
Acem Meditation involves the mental repetition of a simple sound, called a meditation sound, a meaningless combination of vowels and consonants which is believed to help mind and body relax and to bring unconscious material closer to consciousness.
The way the meditator repeats the meditation sound is thought to be of paramount importance. The sound should be repeated with a so-called free mental attitude, i.e., in an effortless manner which does not require concentration and which allows thoughts, feelings and other impulses to come and go freely. At times forgetting the sound because one is absorbed by spontaneous thoughts is considered a central part of the technique.
In line with this emphasis on a free mental attitude, Acem does not recommend any position that strains the body. The meditator should sit comfortably with good support in the lower back. Meditation habits vary, but for long-term results, 30 minutes twice a day or 45 minutes once a day is recommended.
It sounds like anti meditation. "Okay, go carelessly repeat some nonsense while letting your mind wander." Seriously?
Anybody ever done it? What do you all think?