duckfiasco wrote:Silly question.
I've read the recommendation to focus on the sensation of the breath coming in and out of the nostrils.
My nose seems to be just the right shape for there to be almost no sensation at all.
It takes an enormous amount of concentration to find it, and it disappears quickly. And not as a sign of concentration, I can assure you!
Is it this subtle for everyone, and therefore why it's suggested?
Should I try another more obvious area to associate with the breath?
duckfiasco wrote:I've heard observing the rising/falling of the abdomen as an alternative, but there's far less information on this method, at least that I've found.
Ben wrote:Because it is subtle, and continues to be increasingly subtle as concentration develops is precisely why it is an effective meditation object for developing concentration.
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