November 2, 2016 at 7:12 pm #47437
In recent times I’ve adjusted my inner smile which originally was more like fusion. Now i want to know… Do you guys practice inner smile and fusion or MCO which is still active meditation, simultaneously or separately? Like do you watch yourself, or let your body generally do its own thing while you make small isolated adjustments using fusion, or do you do fusion, then do inner smile and watch to see that your body is now running on its own according to plan, or according to fusion adjustments, then go back and repeat if necessary?
Ive typically found the more inner smile type practice i do, the more in drawn to that, and sink deeper and deeper until its boring and then suppliment with some energy. Or the other side, the more fusion i do the more i want to do. At either extreeme though i feel balance, like energy within the deepness of stillness, or the stillness inside a storm of fusion.
…or do you just try to go back and forth between the mild sedation of inner smile and excitement of fusion?
How do you use the practices?November 4, 2016 at 1:12 pm #47438
Personally I do inner smile separately from fusion, or from MCO. With something like healing sounds, I do inner smile more or less as an integral part of the practice (i.e. do sounds for an organ, then smile to the organ, then proceed to next organ) but that’s the way it’s taught. I don’t believe MW’s presentation of fusion one includes inner smile as part of the main body of the practice (though I might have to go back to check). However, I could see room for experimentation in this regard; similarly for MCO.
elephantNovember 6, 2016 at 2:52 am #47440
I do not.
When I do a meditation, I usually go in quite deeply.
Even Inner Smile usually takes an hour . . .
Thus after one meditation, I’m pretty much done until another session.
Each day takes a different flavor, depending on the energy and what calls to me.
But this is just me.
SNovember 6, 2016 at 3:12 am #47442
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