Digital contemplation practices are about arousing, focusing and sustaining attention. This requires us to develop the counter-intuitive habit of relaxing the mind voluntarily and independently of external conditions.
Three key qualities are needed for digital contemplation: relaxation, inner stillness, and clarity of attention.
In other words, we need ‘to tend to’ ourselves through the day and not rely on a sudden event in the external environment, such as a car crossing our path unexpectedly, to ‘bring us to’ voluntarily paying attention. We can develop this ability if we practice daily, our life will flourish if we do.
This is the aim of the practices in this bank. Explore the Practices