Mindfulness Meditation: Hear In (Mental Talk)

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4 Responses to “Mindfulness Meditation: Hear In (Mental Talk)”

  • TheUniverseWorks says:

    There is a character limit so this is part 2 of my comment. The mental talk or “hear in” can be experienced in a number of different ways. It isn’t just a voice in your head commenting on your day/moment/what ever. It could be music, random noises or just a flowing experience of auditory thought. As you work more with this technique, you will develop a more sensitive pallet/awareness to this sense gate. Hope this helps :-)

  • TheUniverseWorks says:

    I am not 100% sure I understood your question correctly, so if this doesn’t answer it, let me know. When I am saying watching the mental chatter, I am indeed referring to thoughts. But thoughts do not just come in the form of that of auditory chatter/voice in your head. There are visual thoughts as well as somatic thoughts (emotions). When I was referring to mental talk coming from the outside end, I was referring to an experience I had in deep concentration on a 10 day retreat.

  • Thomas Post says:

    Interesting, at one point during the video you mentioned that you can hear the mental chatter almost like it is “coming in from the outside”. Is mental chatter another way of saying watching your thoughts, or are you saying that you actually hear voices when you are tuned into awareness of mental chatter?

  • highvoltage13 says:

    Thanks! Good advice. :)

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