As I sat the first time trying to inhibit my thoughts, so many thoughts arose. The first were questions… How do I know if I am inhibiting my thoughts? What does that feel like, look like? I thought about monks meditating and what their experience might be like. Still more thoughts… Then I tried to think of nothingness and just repeated the word “nothing” and imagined a black whole. But that is still a thought. I am open to this process but not quite sure how one knows that they are inhibiting their thoughts. I also noticed that at some points, my consciousness drifted into a somewhat hypnotic and slower state of being that was just above the state of being asleep. There were a few sounds (the sound of my cellphone ringing and the alarm I set to let me know 15 minutes was over.) that jolted me during the process that made me aware of the different states of consciousness I experienced. Otherwise, I may not have noticed.
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