By Eleanor Davis
A Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book Stinky is a monster who loves pickles and possums yet is scared of humans. while a brand new child enters his swamp, this cute little monster comes up with all types of loopy plans to scare him away. yet pungent fast learns to overcome his worry, as he realizes that bats, rats, and toads aren’t the single associates you will discover within the swamp. This hilarious and heart-warming tale by way of ferociously gifted newcomer Eleanor Davis proves that even monsters could make new friends…warts and all!
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In Summary First harmonize the body: Before meditation, loosen the clothing and undo the belt. Take your seat in an easy and natural way. The body should be erect and the seat stable. The spine should not be stiffly straight nor should it be bent. The shoulders should be level, the waist extended, and all the muscles of the body relaxed. Second, harmonize the breath: Before meditating, open the mouth and expel a few breaths of stale air from the abdomen. The tongue lightly sticks to the hard palate with the lips and teeth lightly touching.
All the muscles of the body should be relaxed. The eyes gaze in the direction of the abdomen. 5. First open the mouth and exhale the stale air from the lungs, then close the mouth slowly and draw fresh air in through the nose. Repeat this 3 to 5 times in order to harmonize the breath. 6. Lightly close the mouth. The upper and lower lips and teeth should slightly touch. The tongue sticks to the hard palate behind the top teeth. 7. The eyelids should hang like curtains. The vision extends from the bridge of the nose to the abdomen, but it is not necessary to concentrate.
One breath equals one count, if you count the exhale, do not count the inhale, and vice versa. Count from one to ten or to one hundred. In the beginning, because random thoughts have not yet been eliminated, one often forgets the count in the middle. Simply start over from one. After a long time proficiency comes, and advanced practitioners can achieve stillness without counting at all. 11. Concentrate the mind. During meditation, the mind should be fixed at one point. In the beginning, one can focus on the Dan-t'ien (a point in the lower abdomen).
Stinky (Toon) by Eleanor Davis