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Written by Master Dao on Tuesday, January 05, 2021

The Shaolin Seven Points Sitting Meditation Method

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The traditional form of the Shaolin Sitting Meditation is a Still Meditation exercise. The goal of the exercise is to continually lessen the mental activity.

The 7 Points or Steps of Sitting Meditation are:

1. Seated Position
2. Straight Back
3. Shoulders Back and Chest Forward
4. Hand Position
5. Neck Straight and Head Levelled
6. Tongue on Roof of Mouth
7. Eyes

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When you have found a comfortable seated position, begin by counting the breath with each set of breath in and out and from one to ten. Repeat until the mind becomes focused and calm.

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