Dear Fellow Dhamma Students,
Reduced to bare attention, there're only six experiences, seeing, smelling, hearing, tasting, touching, thinking. In real time everyday activities, and when not formally meditating, what works best? Example, I'm rushing down the hall to make the elevator on my floor; there's no time to do anything slowly. Do I note, "Rushing, Rushing" and "Walking, Walking"?
Or while sitting on the bus, a memory of a teacher I had in J.H.S. over fifty years ago comes to mind. Is that better noted as "Remembering, Remembering" or still just "Thinking, Thinking"? Or am I going about this all wrong, and should confine noting to practice only?
Your personal experiences would help.
Thanks and Metta, Ernest