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100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

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Neil Seligman writes a piece for Female First upon the release of his new book 100 Mindfulness Meditations. Read more...

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100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:21 pm

I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.

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Postby Anya.186 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:12 pm

Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Re: 100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Joyofsox » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:06 am

Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:
A bit of an animal.

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Postby Anya.186 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:25 pm

Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe.
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.
It was awful.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Postby Anya.186 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:26 pm

Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Postby Anya.186 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:27 pm

Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Postby Jean-Louise » Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:58 am

Anya.186 wrote:
Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.


The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!

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Postby Anya.186 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:19 am

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Harry Logsdon (FF visitor) wrote:I meditate in almost any time or destination that is reasonably nevertheless, or when I feel attracted to. I great way is always to practice a basic relaxation, by tensing your whole human body as tight as you can so long as you'll. Then launch the tension starting at your head and gradually work your method down to your toes.

I read this interesting site learntomeditate.­_ that gave me a lot of useful tips about my meditation and also a different perspective on the best therapeutical approach. I think you should read it too.

I like all the points you've made.


Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.


The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!


It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Re: 100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Jean-Louise » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:32 am

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Joyofsox wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Anything orgasmic in meditation?
I went to a nude yoga session once and loved it.

You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.


The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!


It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.


Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.

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Postby Anya.186 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:35 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Joyofsox wrote:You'd enjoy anything nude! :whistle:


Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.


The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!


It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.


Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.


I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Re: 100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Jean-Louise » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:38 pm

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Maybe!
We went to a nude beach once and never went back.


The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!


It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.


Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.


I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.


Lots of people play the “card” when they want something.
It could be the race card, the gender card, or the gender preference card.
A holes come in all shapes and sizes, literally and figuratively.
Nice folks and hateful folks come in all sizes and colors of the rainbow.

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Postby Anya.186 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:05 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
The only memories of going to a nude beach was a bad hangover and a bit of a sunburn. Ouch!


It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.


Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.


I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.


Lots of people play the “card” when they want something.
It could be the race card, the gender card, or the gender preference card.
A holes come in all shapes and sizes, literally and figuratively.
Nice folks and hateful folks come in all sizes and colors of the rainbow.


Yeah I felt back stabbed Jean.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

Jean-Louise
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Re: 100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Jean-Louise » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:56 pm

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
It was all gay guys and they were obnoxious.
Some just wanted us to see them and others inferred we didn't belong there.
F those guys.
I have a few gay guy friends and I told them about it.
They said they may have felt threatened by our presence.
If they had come with us there would not have been any problems I guess.
We did see a few other girls, but just a few.
Guys outnumbered us like 10 to 1.
We did not see that coming.
They were F ing mean and clapped when we left.


Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.


I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.


Lots of people play the “card” when they want something.
It could be the race card, the gender card, or the gender preference card.
A holes come in all shapes and sizes, literally and figuratively.
Nice folks and hateful folks come in all sizes and colors of the rainbow.


Yeah I felt back stabbed Jean.


Sorry this happened to you, my friend.
At one time or another, I think we all have experience some betrayal from others in this world.
You try to be nice to people and some people take advantage. Unfortunately.
Had you complained to management about their abuse of your parking space, I guarantee you they would have said you were a gay-basher. :shock:

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Postby Anya.186 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:41 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Most of my gay friends are cool.
But I guess there are a-holes everywhere.


I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.


Lots of people play the “card” when they want something.
It could be the race card, the gender card, or the gender preference card.
A holes come in all shapes and sizes, literally and figuratively.
Nice folks and hateful folks come in all sizes and colors of the rainbow.


Yeah I felt back stabbed Jean.


Sorry this happened to you, my friend.
At one time or another, I think we all have experience some betrayal from others in this world.
You try to be nice to people and some people take advantage. Unfortunately.
Had you complained to management about their abuse of your parking space, I guarantee you they would have said you were a gay-basher. :shock:


Yeah sometimes I think I'm too nice.
Those guys were just A holes that happened to be gay. LOL.
Some Mistakes Are Too Much Fun To Make Only Once.

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Re: 100 Mindfulness Meditations: The Ultimate Collection of Inspiring Daily Practices by Neil Seligman

Postby Jean-Louise » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:29 am

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
I agree totally.
But I'm going to relate another gay related incident.
In my college dorms we were allowed to have pets like dogs, 6 Lb max.
My Penny was like 35 lbs.
So anyway my second year there we had assigned parking places, 2 per unit.
My new neighbors were 2 gay guys.
They were outwardly friendly and even came over a few times

But I complained once to them that their friends would come over and take up
my parking places, both of them.
Once for like an entire weekend.
I did not complain to the office.

Anyway a week later I got an eviction threat from the management.
Either I go, or the dog.
Those f u c k e r s turned me in and didn't even deny it.
I'm not saying they did it bc they were gay, but I did learn the lesson
that oppressed people can be jerks also.


Lots of people play the “card” when they want something.
It could be the race card, the gender card, or the gender preference card.
A holes come in all shapes and sizes, literally and figuratively.
Nice folks and hateful folks come in all sizes and colors of the rainbow.


Yeah I felt back stabbed Jean.


Sorry this happened to you, my friend.
At one time or another, I think we all have experience some betrayal from others in this world.
You try to be nice to people and some people take advantage. Unfortunately.
Had you complained to management about their abuse of your parking space, I guarantee you they would have said you were a gay-basher. :shock:


Yeah sometimes I think I'm too nice.
Those guys were just A holes that happened to be gay. LOL.


I think as we all become mentally mature, we begin to figure out that people are people.
There are some who are nice and some who are not.
It has nothing to do with race, gender, gender preference, ethnicity, socio-economic status, or whatever.
All people have a little hate and prejudice in their hearts.


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