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I find that I am unable to clear my mind of thoughts when I meditate.

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It is okay to have thoughts during Primordial Sound Meditation. In fact, thoughts are part of the process. The mantra itself is just another thought, even though it has no meaning. In Primordial Sound Meditation we think the mantra, and when we become aware that we have drifted off and are thinking other thoughts, we gently bring our attention back to the mantra. If we drift off again we just repeat the process very easily and effortlessly.

We do not struggle against thoughts. We do not try to shut them out. They are part of the process. We just flow back and forth from the mantra to the thoughts, mantra to the thoughts, until eventually we get to very refined levels of the thinking process, very abstract levels of the mantra, very abstract levels of thought, and then we can slip beyond the mantra, beyond thoughts, into the gap, to the level of the soul and the Spirit.

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