Updated: Jan 3, 2022
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I often see people carrying the belief that meditating equals being without thought. And the reality is that, if you go into your meditation practice with the expectation that you'll be free of thoughts, you'll not only feel very disappointed after your meditation, but you'll also feel frustrated during the meditation. And why? Well, because you have a brain. And having a brain equals having thoughts.
The longer you've been active in your meditation practice routine, the better will be your ability to sustain longer periods of time with little to no thoughts. But this doesn't mean that the journey toward that point of your practice doesn't count as meditation. It also doesn't mean that if you're thinking during your meditation, you're doing it wrong.
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