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Witnessing Impermanence (#62)

This meditation has the potential to have you become in touch with your inner Witness and to gain real self-control of your senses, body, and emotions. It can be done with eyes open or closed and is intended to open your inner eye leading to knowledge of the reality of your Infinite, Eternal, Blissful, All-knowing Real Self.

Relax your mind, body, and emotions. Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of smell is receiving now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of taste is receiving now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of physical feeling is receiving now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of hearing is receiving now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of sight is receiving now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your sense of emotional feeling is experiencing now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, witness what your mind is experiencing now. Appreciate its impermanence and the permanence of the ability to Witness.

Inhale slowly, deeply. Hold as long as is comfortable and exhale slowly and deeply. Breathing naturally, Witness.



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