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Old 19-03-2012, 11:26 PM   #3
tom bombadil
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Ignore the time of day. Use any moment to meditate as your will seems fit.

Not to poo poo the former post but to add to it. That time of day is something that could dictate what events will follow, so its best to ignore time if you can.

Saying that, If you feel the need to do it at sun rise or sun down then that is not strictly using the clock as you are doing it when the light dictates and some do find it calming. I meditate best at night (past 1 or 2 am) and outside.
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