The final step in integrating meditation into your awareness is to use the stuff of daily life as part of meditation. There are ways of perceiving the world and the way you live in it such that each experience brings you more deeply into the meditative space. —Ram Dass
To increase your open and joyful sense of life, see if you can use a part of your everyday routine as a meditative experience.
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Alan Cohen received the following letter from Hilda Charlton, his mentor. In some respects, however, it could have been sent to any one of us by our “deep knowing” that goes by many names. Dear Alan, I just want you to know how much I love you and I believe in you. You are doing wonderful things. Don’t be put off by adversity. You are on the … Continue reading You’ve Got Mail
As children, the play of the sun on rippling water brought us before God’s throne. Did you ever see an infant gaze at a lightbulb or the moon? Spiritual techniques are discovered naturally by infants and little children: holding their breath, staring unblinking, standing on their heads, imitating animals, turning in circles, sitting unmoving, and repeating phrases over and over until all else ceases to … Continue reading Breathless Unity