anapanasati is good.
Its an incredibly profound technique.
There are essentially two streams of meditative practice.
Samatha and vipassana
Samatha meditation will lead to the development of samadhi to the jhanas.
Vipassana meditation will cultivate insight into the nature of mind and matter.
Within the tradition I practice, one begins with the samatha variant of anapanasati. One stays with it for a short period - long enough to develop some concentration before moving on to a form of vipassana (vedananupassana) meditation. One stays with vipassana until is well established in the practice before returning to samatha meditation to develop the jhanas, and then back again to vipassana to develop path and fruition stages of insight.
If you are happy and comfortable practicing anapanasati - then why not continue with it?
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in mountain clefts and chasms,
loud gush the streamlets,
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