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Author Topic: Moving meditation & exercise, etc?  (Read 7202 times)
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« Reply #12: June 30, 2009, 02:43:29 am »

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I bought a book a few years ago called T'ai Chi Ch'uan & Meditation by Da Liu that I just started reading a few nights ago.

From what I can see so far, the author's point is that both meditation and exercise benefit from one another and work much more effectively from using them back and forth. He says that after physical exercise the mind is calm and clear and that that is the best time for meditation with the least distractions and likewise after meditation your energy is up and you're eager to be active. (Sorry if I'm repeating myself).

Anyways, I read your post and thought the book might be useful to you too. You should look it up, maybe it can help.

Good Luck.

- Manny

Thanks, this is actually the sort of thing I was looking for. The other problem I often have with trying to meditate is that I'll attempt to be free of distractions by doing it right before bed. I do tend to be less distracted then, but then I find myself falling asleep. Having more energy is probably a good idea.  Smiley
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