Apr 12, 2021
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0:16 - Is it normal to become emotionless after a Vipassana course?
2:20 - What does it mean to witness the sensation and not react?
4:00 - Why do certain parts of my life fall apart once I start meditating?
5:33 - How to gather my focus to the smallest area on my body?
7:32 - Can we practice Vipassana during our daily life? What does it mean to witness our sensations?
Feel our emotions fully, and do not react. What this means is that the more we practice, the more we'll be able to feel a wider scope of sensations yet inversely react less and less.
This doesn't mean becoming numb, it means feeling deeper while being able to act more skillfully.
Who's ready to be more skillful with their sensations and take control of their emotional reactivity?
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