Forms of Meditation That Are Not Mediation: Lessons from New York

A character in Jonathan Letham’s Motherless Brooklyn describes mediation as sitting and thinking about nothing without falling asleep. Awake is a higher form of consciousness than asleep, but thinking about nothing is a challenge. I have attempted it on the metro and each time ended in failure; like an infant in a car or an elevator,Continue reading “Forms of Meditation That Are Not Mediation: Lessons from New York”