It is said that meditation needs quietness to be effective. That you have to be consistent not only with practice but also with rituals: the same time of the day, the same place, well delimited and quiet, away from distractions. All of this obviously help, but is the exterior form of that rituals taking away from the core of the practice? Yes, it is useful to be consistent in form, it makes a framework to help your focus. But what if you are not able to attain your time or to use your meditation cushion in that corner of the…

Roberto Bisceglie

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