Mayka said: " You right and there is no attachment to any of those sensations appearing in the body and in the mind."
Mayka, How can a person ever be certain that he/she is not possessed by an attachment or an aversion? Would not others, and epecially one's own guide (zen, spiritual or pychological) be more reliable judges of one's state of evolution? Thank you, --ED --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Mayka wrote: > > Hi Siska: > > My experience of sitting down varies from day to day, different periods of my life, of the year....The only think that is alike is having the awareness of the in and out breathing as the anchor that unites my body and mind as one. It's also alike the acknowledgement of all senses working at high speed. You right and there is no attachment to any of those sensations appearing in the body and in the mind. > > Thanks for your sharing. > Mayka