Guided Meditation – Anāpānasati

This is a short 15-minute guided anāpānasati practice. Simply meaning ‘mindfulness of breathing,’ anāpānasati was the meditation practice most widely emphasized by the Buddha. It is a practice in which mindful breathing is used to develop samadhi (concentration) and achieve the state of shamatha (calm abiding) and is especially suited for those who are prone to rumination and overthinking.

How to Stop Thoughts in Meditation

In this episode, Dassetu addresses the question ‘how to stop thinking 1000 thoughts during meditation?’ Talking practically from his own experience and what’s been taught by contemplatives for thousands of years, he explores key practices for those prone to rumination and suggests some helpful tips.