ive seen a lot of posts about robots meditating. how many of you guys do this?
im sort of interested in trying it out, but i dont fully understand the concept or the practice.
is there any particular music, or do you perfect silence? i know binaural beats are a thing but that sorta seems like a hoax
also assume that this is all without drugs, as im too autistic to obtain any
i have been listening to this and it has really done nothing for me
Most of what Westerners refer to as meditation is actually yoga most of the time, if you're in a given asana and breath control is a factor (pranayama).
The concept varies from particular tradition to particular tradition. Generally speaking the idea is liberation from...something, from as simple as desire to as complex and cosmological as breaking the wheel of samsara. Start off with something like Hatha Yoga or Shiva Samhita.
I'd recommend most beginners work without music and then if they do, something that you know well already and resonates well enough; I've found inauraul beats are mostly placebo though you can have some fun inducing odd states with the correct differentials on your headphones. After a certain point you should probably learn some mantras to use in practice.
Most serious or traditional groups frown on drug use though it was probably a component of the early/middle Vedic cults.
It's not, the board's mostly garbage but I can't run a proper occult general anywhere else without running the risk of copping a ban.
Here, I've got a library with 35 gigs and 5k files worth of occultism:
Again, I'd start on Hatha Yoga and/or Shiva Samhita. I've got a bunch of shit in the beginner's folder that comes largely from /x/'s infographics, I'm not a fan of "beginner's" literature as most of it's not that great and you'd be better served slowly going through material in a specific tradition.
Thumb around until you find something that piques your interest and run with it.