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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a condition in which a person’s mind is stuck in some past traumatic event. This “disorder” is much more effectively treated with meditation than with any of the mainstream methods used by psychologists and psychiatrists in the western world today.
1. Sit outside in a comfortable spot, in a comfortable position, with spine straight and tall. If possible, sit so that you are facing directly toward an object that you can keep as the “center” of your visual field.
Step 1: Realize that you are experiencing your environment right at this very moment… mostly through your eyes, ears, and body sensations. Stop for a moment and notice your experience of your surroundings, right now.
Before I started meditating, I lived in a world of clouds. I didn’t know it at the time, but my mind was clouding my eyes.