You will have an introductory talk with Hiro to see what kind of meditation techniquess will be best for you, according to your lifestyle, your experiences in meditation and your needs .
Meditation is a simple process of watching your own mind.
Not fighting with the mind, not trying to control it either.
Just remaining there, a choiceless witness. Whatsoever passes you simply take note of it.
With no prejudice for or against. You don't call it names. That /This should not come to my mind
That “This is an ugly thought and This is a very beautiful and virtuous thought.”
You should not judge You should remain nonjudgmental. Because the moment you judge
You lose meditation. You become identified. Either you become a friend or you become a foe.
You create relationships. Meditation means remaining unrelated with your thought process.
Utterly unrelated, cool, calm. Watching whatsoever is passing. And then a miracle happens:
Slowly slowly one becomes aware that less and less thoughts are passing.
The more alert you are, the less thoughts pass. The less alert you are, the more thoughts pass.
It is as if traffic depends on your awareness.
When you are perfectly aware
Even for a single moment
All thinking stops.
Immediately, there is a sudden stop
And the road is empty, there is no traffic.
That moment is meditation.