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So I have been meditating regularly starting with the standard vipassanā technique of concentrating on the abdomen and watching the rise and fall of the breath. The mind stills. Sometimes I then follow an impulse to move my attention elsewhere... it is as if my body is completely still and surrrounded by a beautiful golden glow. This time I followed the attention to my throat, where it felt like the golden glow was somewhat broken up and there were various threads, which my intuition told me had to do with different things, like one had to do with a "nunnery". Then I lost it and returned to abdominal breathing.
So my question of today for the online Sangha was do you find that your meditations take you to different locations in the body? Or even to entirely different spaces, where things seem to happen before you are released and return to your abdominal breathing? Or do you just stick purely to the abdominal breathing and force any impulses aside?