Myths about Meditation

The following is an excerpt from a samvaad (dialogue) session with Acharya Prashant.

Questioner (Q): Acharya Ji, one of the popular beliefs about meditation is that your mind will stop and you will not have any thoughts. A lot of the so-called Gurus say that your mind should be completely blank — no thoughts, and if any thought comes, that means, you are doing it wrong. That does not sound very correct to me. So what…

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Acharya Prashant

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Author and Vedanta Teacher | acharyaprashant.org

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