|A kuti is a "meditation hut" or "cell," lodging to withdraw, absorb, and contemplate. It is likely to feel like a prison cell if one does not enter with the right intention and view.|
|Oh, to have a Thai Buddhist meditation hut like this shrine hall (Richard-Perry/flickr.com)|
It is easy to meditate, too easy. So easy that one should not "do" and it will happen.
|Samsara or Bhavachakra thangka (Stephen Shephard)|
- (Here "meditation" does not mean "contemplate" or "rotate in the mind." That comes later during the insight exercises for liberation. At this stage, it's all about acute-serenity, complete peace full of wakefulness and attention. For those of us with ADD, the two just don't seem to go together. But they will if the way we get to serenity is by prolonged attention. It purifies the heart/mind).
|Downward Dog, also known as the Lululemon Test Pose (businessinsider.com)|
|Evolving Out Loud (kylecease.com)|