Asked Chat about “abiding centerlessness” and not sure if I can give up my favorite hobby:

The paradox comes into play when someone loves the practice of meditation itself. The pursuit of abiding centerlessness requires letting go of all attachments, including the attachment to meditation as a practice or hobby. If one reaches the ultimate goal of meditation, the need or desire to meditate as a distinct activity might dissolve, as one would theoretically be living in a constant state of meditative awareness. This could be perceived as the “death” of meditation as a hobby because it no longer occupies the same role in one’s life—it’s no longer an activity you do, but rather a state you embody at all times.

James R. Hull @jhull