Rejoice! Muditā Meditation
Prānāyāma and Meditation • 12m
Muditā means joy; specifically it is the pleasure that comes from delighting in another's joy. In this meditation we practice sympathetic joy as a key to a clear and peaceful mind.
This is the first in the 4 part series on the "4 immeasurables" from yoga sutra 1.33.
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