To bring meditation into our daily life:
day after day,
week after week,
month after month,
year after year…our practice needs to become a normal everyday activity without too much fuss.
One of the keys to opening this experience is to focus less on the feelings that arise when meditating and more on the actual process, thus creating a gentle habit nourishing our life.
Often we can be too quick to judge ourself and our experience – whether it is a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ one.
When learning to meditate there is no need to do this.
We are not being assessed by anyone its a completely personal subjective experience.
Meditation can be a priceless action – if we give ourself a break and simple enjoy the process.
When meditating you may experience immediately or you may not.
We are simply sowing seeds within our consciousness for peace.
The experience from Meditation doesn’t necessary arise straightaway. just like if we sow a barley seed we do not experience the crop as soon as the seed touches the earth If we can approach our practice with this recognition, our mind is light and open.
A perfect internal environment for continually meditative experience.