Zen and the Art of Penis Enlargement

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  1. Big Al

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    Written by calixto

    Visualizing your goal is nearly as important to your ultimate penis enlargement results as faithfully performing your penis exercises. Applying Zen mindfulness techniques to make sure that you are constantly mindful of your goal and getting the most out of your exercise is an excellent way to enhance your penile enlargement routine.

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    I dunno, Al. Maybe you're just being a bit facetious.

    That article is fairly silly.
    The writer has no idea what mindfulness is.
    Mindfulness is not obsession.
    Mindfulness involves opening awareness around any one thing that claims attention.
    So, if you are constantly thinking of your PE routines or of the massive member to come, you are not practising mindfulness.

    Also: The purpose of mindfulness practice is to dissolve the sense of 'self.'
    (Room is left for a 'true self,' quite unlike the everyday sense of 'self' that most people have, that may eventually emerge through mindfulness practice. But this 'true self' is simply the open consciousness with its moment-to-moment awareness of everything happening within the body and the immediate surroundings. It is not concerned with the narratives and storylines that undergird the usual sense of 'self.')

    Trying to enlarge your dong can have no other motive than tinkering with and reifying your everyday sense of self ... what Zen practitioners called 'usual mind.'
    And that, in Buddhist terms, is moving backwards.

    You might do it, but hardly as a Buddhist activity.
     
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    This article isn't about dogma- it's about using the power of a clear and focused mind to accomplish your goals.

    While PE may be considered a "material" pursuit by some, it can also be used to create a better sense of well being by imbuing the trainee with a greater sense of self confidence and goal-realization. This can go a long way towards creating better emotional equilibrium.

    I've also found that "at the moment" singular focus is a must for maximizing PE results. The ability to direct this focus and concentration while you're performing your routine will yield much better results than if you did it without that degree of attention.
     
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    True, and not something to criticize ... but simply not mindfulness in the Buddhist sense.
    The author of the article may be using 'mindfulness' in a different sense.
     
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    In this case he may be :)
     
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    "... it's about using the power of a clear and focused mind to accomplish your goals."

    i.e. dogma.
     
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    You've confused me.
    How is that 'dogma'?
     
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    I somehow doubt you are confused.

    I suspect you are clearly mindful ;-)
     
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    Fixed that for you, max.:cool:
     
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    My, what large letters you have, Mr. Huck.

    We are all beginners, are we not?
     
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    The better to zing you with, my dear.

    Ain't that the truth, max.
     
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    Even the act of breathing can be interpreted as "dogma" if you paint it with a broad enough brush :D
     
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    I am confused. *raises paw* ...

    *puts it down*


    Um, like any other goal - positive thinking goes a long way as it is a very onerous task if done properly. (PE that is) It is easy to loose hope, sight, focus, etc. Just keep expectations clear and logical in the beginning, then work on the next step after that, etc., wash, rinse, repeat.

    The world's greatest technicians did not set out to re-invent the wheel. They started with working with the wheel they have and kept it functional. ;>
     
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    Fixed that. :cool:
    Don't just do something . . . . sit there.

     
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    lol hahah. penis enlargement is definetly possible i can assure you that. by jelqing it is but you have to continue to do it with kegels to ensure good erection. after your done with you goal. just do it a couple times a week for like 10 mins. its like going to the gym to be really buff and then just continuing to go to keep your muscles in tact. the point that im making is sometimes your penis wont be enlarged after jelqing but if you go along with this whole believe in yourself concept then you will believe your penis is enlarged even if its not. the true way to enlarge your penis is tie a weight to it. lol people morph there bodies in all types of ways along the world, ears, neck, feet, the same is possible with the penis but the easiest way it to tie a weight to your penis.
     
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    But...but.... how do we get it long enough to tie in a knot around the weight in the first place? I am so lost now - almost time to go to bed for me too. Must resist charms of Australian women. Must resist...must...
     
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    This is why I miss the ol' Muppet Show....
     
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