During meditation practice, we do not have to shut down our sense perceptions. If a sound happens, if there’s energy in any of the sensory fields we just let it be there. We’re usually chasing that stuff down, creating some kind of drama with the input, but here we can just let our senses be soft and open.
Interested in an online course on the foundations of mindfulness meditation and it’s practical application to your day-to-day life? Click here for information about David’s online course “Meditation For Everyday Life”.