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Meditation For Those That Love To Swear, Presenting ‘F*ck That’ Guided Meditation

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When one goes to a conventional meditation class, most will hear the guide’s instructions on clearing your mind and saying ‘OM’.

However, if you join a class inspired by Jason Headly’s ‘F*ck that’ meditation, all those that swear like a sailor can follow his voice and say ‘F*ck it’ to whatever interrupts their mind, or bothers them.

Being the busy-bees we are, our minds are always on overdrive, so it feels close to impossible to clear our minds.1

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You may start thinking about how the meditation guide’s voice sounds, think about the chores you have to do after, the a******s bugging you in life, get into an existential crisis or even wonder why skies can’t be blood-red instead of blue.

This is where Jason’s guided ‘F*ck that’ meditation comes in. It allows the person meditating to let their minds wander as it pleases, just so they can say ‘F*ck that’ to whatever that thought is or whatever is worrying them in life.

Although, you could come up with your own phrases based on your circumstances, for this type of meditation, here are some of the phrases mentioned in Jason’s video:

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‘Those b**ches can’t get under your skin…’

‘Feel the f*cking nonsense float away.’

‘Breathe in strength, breathe out bullsh*t.’

‘If your thoughts drift to the three ring sh*t show of your life, bring your attention back to your breathing.’

‘All the soul eating c**ks*****s just fall away to nothing…’

‘Those a******s can’t piss all over purity like this.’

‘Greet the world and everything in it with a new beautiful breath of ‘F*ck that.’

But if you’re the type that likes to stick to the traditional way of meditating then this cussing style of meditation may not be for you.

However, this form of meditation could really make those contemporary individuals who stress-swear and want to vent, cleanse their minds of haters, worries in life and negative energy, so they can see life positively and without giving a f*ck.

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