Contemplation of Feeling; the word “feeling” here indicates how the mind is “disposed of” when it encounters an object or experience. In particular breath and body sensations, as anchors to help you rest in the present moment, watching your thoughts and feelings come and go.
Contemplation of the Mind; by noticing your thoughts with friendly curiosity, you can catch negative thought patterns before they cause you to spiral downwards. Have control over intrusive thoughts is one of the main benefits of mindfulness, which can save you from a great deal of stress and anxiety.
Contemplation of the Dhammas; mindfulness is about seeing the world with greater clarity, once you gain a stable mindfulness life seems to flow much easier as you are not caught up in the past or have worries about the future.
Contemplation of the Body; the body is the first foundation of mindfulness learn to understand our own body and mind by observing that as they really are. While it may seem a bit counterintuitive, slow movement is actually a good pattern to start in the initial stage of mindfulness.
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Where do I put them?
The Sathipattana should be placed inside your home, preferably on a table.
Where do you deliver from?
They are shipped from our warehouse in Manchester, UK.
Where can I get the table?
You can find the table on our accessories tab located on the top left drop down bar.
How long is delivery?
Delivery takes 3 – 5 working days