#shorts – Enjoy this glimpse practice for discovering and resting in awareness from your heart.
Vipassana meditation, or insight meditation, is this practice example is about noticing and resting in the ever-present awareness that is always with us. In longer versions of this meditation you might note when something arises, we will note what is present and allow it to be. Sometimes we will take the mind as an object for a guided meditation.
In many vipassana guided meditations, the purpose of the noting is to bring awareness to what we are experiencing without getting wrapped up in it. This helps us look at the present-time experience with mindfulness and not getting attached to it.
There are many different ways to cultivate mindfulness and insight, and this is just one. With any vipassana, vipashyana or insight meditation practice, it’s important to cultivate some concentration or samadhi practices. As you learn to collect the attention and concentrate on the object of your awareness or awareness itself, distractions will cease to divert your awareness away.
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The benefits of this practice:
Research had shown that a daily Vipassanā meditation practice helps with stress, depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and many other mental issues.