Jhana, in Buddhist terms, where meditation becomes effortless and enjoyable.
calm the mind, ridding it of disturbing mental states such as anxiety, craving, and ill-will. the mind becomes more positive. being at ease with ourselves. the calmness of mind allows us look closely at our experience, it’s possible to look deeply into a still mind.
Flow is where a person performing an activity becomes fully immersed, with a feeling of energized focus, undistracted presence, and enjoyment. appreciate your experience undistracted This feedback loop keeps you in a stable, calm, alert, pleasurable, joyful, and focused state of mind, a self-sustaining flow of positive states.
Letting this flow state arise, to learn to calm the mind, to drop deeper into your experience of the body, to accept discomfort without reacting to it, to accept pleasure without grasping after it, and to allow joy to arise. Ultimately you have your whole life to work on this.
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