We’re joined again by meditation teacher Jason Siff to conclude our exploration of the fundamental ideas and practices behind his unique approach of Unlearning Meditation, or what he calls Recollective Awareness.
We begin with exploring what recollection, or mindfulness, is and how it can be harnessed through a practice of meditative journaling. Jason continues his deconstruction of the type of prescribed practices which suggest doing something “all of the time” and suggests instead that we find out for ourself what meditation is about and where it is leading. We wrap up the discussion by exploring a different way of developing samadhi, a method that Jason describes as “drifting off in meditation.”
This is part 2 of a two-part series. Listen to part 1, Unlearning Meditation.
Skillful Meditation Project ( http://www.skillfulmeditation.org )
Unlearning Meditation: What to Do When the Instructions Get In the Way ( http://amzn.to/c0iBUm )
A Mindful Balance ( http://www.alanwallace.org/spr08wallace_comp.pdf )