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Taoist Meditation

In meditation we attempt to reach a condition, which is free of thoughts and disturbing elements as much as possible. In this absorbed stillness and emptiness state the possibility of creative activity, deep contemplation and interpretation is established.
It leads to the expansion of consciousness, deepening of thoughts and pure intuition. The intention to reach this thoughtless position is also a course of thinking. This paradox completely corresponds with the Yin-Yang principle in Taoist philosophy: to be without thoughts is the Yin (passive) principle, the course of thinking is the Yang (active) principle. Yin and Yang mutually assume each other but stand in contrast as well. If any of these two principles perishes, life could not exist anymore.
Similarly, thoughts can’t be perished either in one’s life. Thoughts come and go and flow either consciously or unconsciously. During meditation to be able to reach this condition relatively free of toughts, we have to accept the existence of tought, as once accepted they don’t disturb us anymore, they often disappear, fade away. In Taoist meditation – similarly to other meditation techniques – inner calmness can be reached only when meditation is strainless. The more we can surmount the form, the less tiring meditation becomes, and the less effort it takes to reach inner calmness.
Meditation doesn’t mean that one should retire from the world they live in but in the contrary it should be a tool to find themselves and their way in the world, as this is the place and time where one can realize conscious living and the essence of being human.

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