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.....very interesting issue re. Focusing on counting. I agree it makes more sense to count in your native tongue and would suggest that you focus on sensations associated with breathing - try and keep this as your focus rather than the colours etc. Another thing that helps me is to count beads, passing beads on a thread through my fingers as I count. I found that I could quite quickly 'multi-task' on the body awareness stuff once I'd stabilised counting the breath with the help of 'malla' meditation beads. Key thing is to stay attentively relaxed.
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