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Buddhadharma : Winter 2011
27 WINTER 2 01 1 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY A few years ago, a psychologist came to see me with concerns after attending a one-day retreat. The practice instruction she had received was to put attention on just the physical sensa- tions in her body, moment by moment. Whatever emotions or feelings arose, she was to focus only on the associated physi- cal sensations. Thoughts and emotions were to be regarded as distractions. When she rested attention in her body, her meditation was more stable. During the program she experienced a deep calm and What to Do When Energy Runs Wild Advanced meditation practices can cause energy imbalances that lead to serious physical and emotional problems. Ken McLeod, a veteran of two three-year retreats, explains what to do if this happens to you.