The 3 Factors of Mindfulness

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Reference: A Scientific Approach to Meditation

The Discipline of Mindfulness warns you against digging into the mind. It lets the mind unwind and settle down naturally. The following factors are fundamental to mindfulness.

1.    ATTENTION

Let attention be totally free. Fully discern where the attention goes naturally. This forms the ground of mindfulness.

2.    FREE ASSOCIATION

Let all associations occur freely in the mind. Fully discern the associations without influencing them.

3.    UNIVERSALITY

Let the viewpoint expand freely without fixation. Fully discern all observations in a universal context.

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