Sometimes it happens that certain events in our stories are different from the anime version and the manga version, take for example today’s difference, it’s only in the Dragon Ball Super manga that Goku recognizes meditation as training.
In the last film of Akira Toriyama’s acclaimed franchise, we have a scene where Goku is very uncomfortable with the fact that Vegeta is just sitting with his eyes closed.
Unlike the movie, Goku recognizes meditation as training in the Dragon Ball Super manga
In the movie, Goku complains to Vegeta that meditation is not a form of training and tells him that he can’t just sit there forever.
Vegeta responds and asks him not to bother and claims that meditation is also a form of training.
And Goku just can’t take it and says there’s no way meditation can be a form of training.
Already in the Dragon Ball Super manga, Goku is surprised by the fact that Vegeta, yes, of all of him, is there meditating. Here is the difference between these two media.
Meditation can be understood as a practice that encompasses a set of techniques that train the focus of attention. It is a mental training that seeks to produce greater integration between body, mind and the external world.
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