Should we accept repetitive thoughts in meditation? Or should we accept our negative attitude towards them? Maria and Dag answer a question from a meditator in doubt.
Since 1970, communication courses have been developed by medical doctors and psychologists with an interest in Acem Meditation and personal development. These courses are now also available to English-speaking participants.
Like a jazz musician, a meditator needs to relate to the spontaneous impulses in his mind and make them an integral part of his actions. That's hardly possible if he wants to avoid making mistakes. In the long run, the mistakes of meditation become manifestations of our personality patterns, which are brought to the surface and thereby allow us to understand and transcend them.
No event has been more predicted than September 11th 2001. So claims Peter Schwartz a well-known futurist and the author of the book Inevitable Surprises. The whole world was shocked by this act of terrorism, and most people found what happened unthinkable. Nevertheless, the event was actually predicted.