This is being meditation, not doing meditation. This is sacrificing partiality for wholeness. This is relinquishing duality to oneness.  And there’s only one thing to do. Stop.
Whatever you’re doing, stop it. Do it quickly, suddenly, with determination.
The voice you hear instructing your meditation, tell it to stop.
Watching the breath, stop.
Take all the words you know, write them down on an imaginary piece of paper, and set it aside for a while. Burn it if you like. Tell any words in your mind, stop.
When the voice starts again, tell it to stop.
When you remember your meditation technique, just stop.
What happens after, even for a brief moment, between the thoughts, this is meditation.
~ Patrick McAndrew

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