A Full Transcript of a 1-Hour Meditation Session

I wrote down every sentence, every word that popped into my head

Alen M. Vukelić
7 min readJan 6, 2021
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You would assume that for an hour long meditation there would be nothing to write about — not exactly the case. Today, I’ve decided to wiretap my mind and give you a full transcript of a 1-hour meditation session. Could this be useful for you? If you’re meditating already, you may use it as a reference — if you’re just starting out, see what it’s all about. So check it out.

Let me first give you a quick background on why I still insist on silencing my mind

I’ve been meditating for more than 15 years now, and I can’t think of a single more important thing in my life than my meditation practice. I prioritize that over everything, because it enables me to do — whatever I do — more efficiently.

When I learned about meditation, I thought it would be only a matter of days, maybe weeks before I could see the first results. And I was right. The first results came quickly, and I noticed I was able to hold a degree of silence in my mind which I hadn’t experienced since my infancy.

But as it is with all new experiences, the first few steps are usually the most memorable. After that, there comes a plateau which…



Alen M. Vukelić

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