Duplicate of: What does it mean to 'inhibit all thought'? How is it done?

i would like to remain still without any thoughts entering my mind for a certain period of time as part of the exercise of master key systems .how?

asked 29 Dec '12, 02:46

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by Barry Allen 29 Dec '12, 06:02

Hello sreejith v

first make sure that you have mastered part 1, that is, you have secured full control of your physical body and can remain perfectly still for at least 15 minutes ... then practice part 2, let your mind rest as if in meditation and simply observe your own thoughts ... after a while your mind will become perfectly still and empty ... have fun :)


answered 29 Dec '12, 03:07

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