Ben wrote:welcome to Dhamma Wheel sidhattha.
Don;t worry about sensations not changing. Whatever arises - just observe!
Keep in mind the object of vipassana meditation as you have been taught it is to develop awareness and equanimity. Progress is not measured by the type of sensation you are experiencing.
siddhartha2010 wrote:At present I think I am following on the path that Budhha taught. I sit for few hours everyday. There is a monastery near where I live. I go there when ever I have the time to. Compare to few years ago I feel that I have transformed myself for better. But I dont know if it is due to my past karma I still find that I carry lots of anxiety within me. At times I feel very fearful of the future. Compare to past my guilty conscience is magnified to 10 times is I were to do something I would regret later.
At times I try my upmost to accept this feeling and begin to observe body in body
siddhartha2010 wrote:I sometimes find my hands or inner body muscle move unconsciously during meditation. also the sensations on my body has remained pretty much the same since I started meditating five years ago. big mass of solidity on majority of the body.
Somehow I developed a habit of smoking ciggarette before going to meditation. I am not sure if this has the impact.
But Vipassana has helped me change my life and notice more finer details in life.
Metta to all
Users browsing this forum: paul and 7 guests