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First, we need to understand that going deep is not an off-and-on phenomenon. Once you come out of your meditation and reflect back on your experiences, you can diagnose whether or not you were deep by seeing if you had any of these common signs:. Admittedly, this is where the practice gets tricky. Instead, sleep experts recommend keeping your mind preoccupied on other things, like picturing sheep, counting backwards, or reading.

Going deep means your mind is de-exciting from surface awareness to subtle awareness, and ultimately to no awareness. If you resist your thoughts, you may re-excite your mind. As you embrace the thoughts, your mind will continue to de-excite and ultimately you may lose all awareness, which is symptomatic of the deepest states of meditation.

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Another key indicator that you dove deep in meditation is when you noticed that more time was passing than what you could account for. Sometimes meditating is associated with sitting upright with an erect spine and lifted chin. However, going deep in meditation can be so relaxing to your body that oftentimes your chin will dip forward and your back may slightly round. Every so often, you had to take in a deep gulp of air during meditation.

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This is a common side-effect of the deep levels of rest reached during the practice. While jogging, your breathing rate will be heavy. While sitting and reading a book, your breathing rate is significantly lower. While sleeping, your breathing rate slows even more.

During these pockets of extremely deep rest, you may stop breathing altogether. This is usually followed by a deep gulp of air — after which, everything will quickly even out and you can continue breathing normally. Every meditator has experiences that feel more surface from time-to-time. The difference in novice meditators and seasoned meditators is that novices judge their deep experiences as "good" meditations and the surface experiences as "bad" ones.

Seasoned meditators, on the other hand, remain judgement-free about their experiences, which actually keeps them positioned to enjoy more deep meditations, simply because they have fewer expectations about what it should feel like. The trick is to adopt this attitude of indifference about all meditation experiences. Also, understand that consistency plays a huge role in the quality of your experiences. They will eventually occur, but usually when you least expect them to happen. The important thing to remember is that all meditations are useful, and each one makes it easier for you to have more effortless experiences in your next meditation.

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