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Old 12-08-2022, 06:07 AM
saurab saurab is offline
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Originally Posted by Wagner
One-pointed Concentration (dharana) is the process of reversing said codification. Undoing the tendency as it were, by using some focus as the sole nexus for the attention so that one can (over time) ignore and weaken all of the contrivances built by the repetitions of attachment which cause the tendencies (vasanas) that create and direct our thoughts.

(With reference to the above) you have the exact same ideas that I have about how to reverse the tendencies and how unlearning may be achieved. The key words in your response are "focus as the sole nexus for the attention" and "ignore and weaken". Thank you for your response. It makes me a little more confident of the approach I should take while meditating.
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