When you first wake up, that is when Mooji suggests being very still and present — and it only takes ten minutes. He breaks it down into the following steps: Pay attention to your being Before you go out in the world, for the day, first still your mind and be aware. Notice the mind Thoughts will naturally arise, just notice them and what they’re about. You’ll notice that the thoughts are almost always personal. The mind is focused on what needs to be done, on what hasn’t been done on events that occurred in the past or are yet to occur in the future — they are all to do with you and they’re repetitive too. Don’t try to pacify or change anything Forcing the mind to be quiet doesn’t work. It only creates stress and frustration. There’s no need to stop anything, rather just be aware of what is happening. Any changes you make will come from that chatty mind anyway — just notice the thoughts and feelings as they arise and let them pass by. Become rooted in your beingness Instead of being focussed and carried about by the mind — become connected with something much deeper within. Beneath all of the mind-created noise, there is a calm presence.
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