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I am new to Buddhism but totally in love with it all!
I am new to meditation with only 1 hour of sitting each day. I have read many notes from the Vipassana 10-days. And I have been reading lots elsewhere about meditation....and i have been sitting, trying to faithfully observe thoughts and feelings and just let them move aside.
But every couple of days I get some really juicy stuff coming up from somewhere....for instance a thought that my anger for my enemy is a function of my isolation and if I really understood no-self, "that I inter-am"...that I am one with my enemy, then my conflict would take on a whole new....and on goes the thought.
These feel like deeper moments, and I feel those thoughts are important to my journey. How do I meditate ON something like this, without losing track of the intimacy of my breath?