The World’s Shortest Guide To Meditation

  1. Focus on the breath
  2. When the mind wanders (and it will), gently return your attention to the breath.
  3. Repeat step 2 seven billion times, without getting frustrated.
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3 Replies to “The World’s Shortest Guide To Meditation”

  1. Great guide! I will say this, though – it’s ok to get frustrated.

    Frustration is just like any other thought or emotion: temporary. Note it and let it pass, and return to the breath.

  2. Frustration is attachment. With attachment enlightenment is blocked. The ultimate goal of meditation is enlightenment. You can’t get there if you want (attachment) to get there. Great faith and great trust and no frustration is the path. In my humble opinion.

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