steeltarrow wrote:How do I zero in my concentration so I am not jumping all over as well as keeping the feeling at the chosen spot alive?
steeltarrow wrote:daverupa, I am having some trouble understanding what you mean by "and as the breath continues, turn away from doing any of it?"
steeltarrow wrote:Using the breath as the object I have problems with keeping concentration at one spot. On inhalation and exhalation the most prominent spots differ and over time change. Some times I can feel it at the edge of my nostrils, a few breaths later I can't, but I can feel it deeper in the nasal cavity. I am also having problems with focusing just on one spot. When inhaling I will feel my head move up or back and/or I feel my chest or abdomen expand while I am trying to focus at some point in the nose. How do I zero in my concentration so I am not jumping all over as well as keeping the feeling at the chosen spot alive?
steeltarrow wrote:I suppose I just need to keep trying and build up enough concentration to be able to perceive the more subtle feelings that I suppose must be present in the hard spots.
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