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18 Tim Ferriss Quotes About Meditation, Mindfulness Practice

1. "I meditate almost every morning for 20 minutes." (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

I meditate almost every morning for 20 minutes. (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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2. "Observe your thoughts, instead of being constantly the victim of your thoughts." (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

Observe your thoughts, instead of being constantly the victim of your thoughts. (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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3. "More than 80% of the interviewees have some form of daily mindfulness or meditation practice. (tools of titans)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

More than 80% of the interviewees have some form of daily mindfulness or meditation practice. (tools of titans) (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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4. "Learn to slow down. Get lost intentionally. Observe how you judge both yourself and those around you." (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

Learn to slow down. Get lost intentionally. Observe how you judge both yourself and those around you. (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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5. "All i did was think about my todo list the entire time, that’s fine, as long as i’m paying attention to my breath. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

All i did was think about my todo list the entire time, that’s fine, as long as i’m paying attention to my breath. (conversation with josh waitzkin) (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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6. "That non-attachment to an outcome, i.e. controlling my thoughts, was very helpful. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

That non-attachment to an outcome, i.e. controlling my thoughts, was very helpful. (conversation with josh waitzkin) (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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7. "I started meditating and gave up meditating many many times because i had the response that you mentioned about type a personalities. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

I started meditating and gave up meditating many many times because i had the response that you mentioned about type a personalities. (conversation with josh waitzkin) (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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8. "It’s like this extended period of calm and ease in decision-making. Uncluttered, like you closed every browser on your computer and shut off the anti-virus, and rebooted the whole thing. (conversation with chase jarvis)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

It’s like this extended period of calm and ease in decision-making. Uncluttered, like you closed every browser on your computer and shut off the anti-virus, and rebooted the whole thing. (conversation with chase jarvis) (Tim Ferriss);  #TimFerrissQuotes
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9. "Q: what concept or method that you’ve learned from the experts on your show took the longest for you to implement into your life, or felt the most forced,that ended up having the biggest effect? Definitely meditation upon waking. I was very resistant to this, viewed it as “not for me,” and misunderstood the techniques and results that could be achieved in even 1-2 weeks. Taking a transcendental meditation class and using headspace for their “10 in 10” (10 min per day for 10 days) helped to solidify the habit and showed me that meditation can really just = emotional non-reactivity training. This translates to every interaction you have and can dramatically impact almost every area of life." (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

10. "So i received an email with a link to an article and the title is “bridgewater founder, ray dalio credits transcendental meditation for his success”. For those of you who don’t know, he’s the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, bridgewater associates, they have a hundred billion plus under management i think. His quote is “meditation, more than any other factors have been the secrets to whatever success i’ve had”. And that is a hell of an endorsement. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

11. "For me, it’s been getting over that resistance to what i perceived as sort of a “woo-woo new agey” type of thing and the ability to sort of view it as sort of a warm bath for the mind where i’m taking a mini vacation from my own brain in a way. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

12. "I’d be sitting there and i thought that the objective was to quiet my mind. And so when i failed at quieting my mind because i’d be ticking off the todo list or be like “ah that f*cker who said a, b and c to me the other day” and i would just like harp on these ridiculous things and then i’d get pissed and then i’d get pissed that i was pissed… and i would get up and have a cup of coffee and then storm out of the house which didn’t seem like a productive meditative sessions. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

13. "I actually started doing it consistently when i kept it really short and a friend of mine recommended this where i would #1 be comfortable so i would sit down but to avoid back pain, i would lean against the wall, which is very commonly thought of as a big no no. So i was leaning against the wall to keep my back straight and i would listen to one music track, one song every morning, the same song as a cue and i would just pay attention to my breath. I would focus on being an observer of my thoughts but not trying to control them at all. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

14. "What i found was that by allowing the thoughts to occur and not judging myself because let’s say i’m thinking about email, or the grocery shopping and the todo or whatever, just letting that happen but getting good at observing it, i was able to then have more emotional awareness which would prevent cognitive biases and bad judgments. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

15. "After meditating consistently for even a week or so, when that anger would start i was better at observing “tim” as a 3rd person “oh look at that, tim is getting angry at something really small and stupid” as opposed to simply becoming angry and then causing problems for myself whether it was just internal or interacting with people. (conversation with josh waitzkin)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

16. "I’ve had this aversion to meditation. But when it’s very non-dogmatic, when you’re not trying to control anything, just think of a candle flame, just observe your thoughts and be okay with them. Sit with good posture for this period of time, that’s it. (conversation with chase jarvis)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

17. "The physiological or psychological effects are so fascinating, like you said, because you’ll do it for a couple of days and you’re like, whatever. Then you hit this sort of inflection point where you just drop from 200 rpms to 150. You’re like, “whoa. Okay. This is different”. The whole week, you’re kind of zenned out. (conversation with chase jarvis)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet

18. "Even if it’s for ten minutes a day so that your not in a reactive mode. It’s really a game changer. Physiologically, it had a lot of effects for me as well. When my cortisol level dropped, i was able to lose body fat more easily in my abdomen, for instance. (conversation with chase jarvis)" (Tim Ferriss) Click to tweet