What Nana is this?

Jorge, modified 7 Years ago at 1/2/15 7:55 PM
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What Nana is this?

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One of the experiences was on the Goenka retreat:

I lay in bed, scanned, and watched myself fall asleep (there was a click the moment I went to sleep), then noticed this vibrating sound that had a start and an end to it (later I found out several months that I was observing my breath), continued seeing myself meditate while sleeping, then having a sensation to pee, waking up and going to the bathroom. It was neat to observe all of this calmly and without interfering.

I think this lasted several hours but couldn't tell. I didn't notice time pass by....

Thanks!
Jorge
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Bailey , modified 7 Years ago at 1/2/15 8:18 PM
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RE: What Nana is this?

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It might not be a Nana.  There are a myriad of cool experiences that one has as they travel the path.
neko, modified 6 Years ago at 2/4/16 1:34 AM
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RE: What Nana is this?

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Jorge Rojas:
One of the experiences was on the Goenka retreat:

I lay in bed, scanned, and watched myself fall asleep (there was a click the moment I went to sleep), then noticed this vibrating sound that had a start and an end to it (later I found out several months that I was observing my breath), continued seeing myself meditate while sleeping, then having a sensation to pee, waking up and going to the bathroom. It was neat to observe all of this calmly and without interfering.

I think this lasted several hours but couldn't tell. I didn't notice time pass by....


Vipassana-induced lucid dreamless sleep. I talk about it a bit here, in a different context:


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