Been a while since I wrote about meditation last time, so here's another checking point about that.
The habit has transformed and diminished a bit in importance compared to everything else that has something to do with Hacked Man. For a long time, meditation was the major building block of Hacked Man. It was the newest and most different thing compared to pretty much everything else I've done. Now I've obviously gotten used to it, so it doesn't have that shiny brand new feeling anymore.
I have now about 90 meditation sessions behind me, and I'm getting complacent. There hasn't been new mind blowing experiences, but I seem to be getting into the zone faster nowadays. I have also tried supplementing meditation with mindful eating, which has been really great. Even quite bland and ordinary food can be turned into an experience, if you pay attention to it. I often want to be done in three minutes, but it's sometimes fun to take 20 minutes just to savour a lunch.
Reading and starting to practice mind-body bridging also seems to have instantly affected meditation. Mind-body bridging is not much else than mindfulness in action, so it has felt natural to try to apply some of those methods to meditation (mindfulness in inaction?) also.
Still, I'm somehow missing the exploring the final frontier feeling that meditation had in the beginning of Hacked Man. So I think I'll push the envelope a bit and will try to do a 30-45 minute meditation session (longer than I've ever done so far) and see if something special happens. I'll be posting about that in a separate blog post hopefully during this week.