Meditation is not just for relaxation; its primary purpose is to develop the capacity to respond skillfully and gracefully to life’s difficulties as well as its joys. Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche
Dear Friends of Meditation
Which style of Meditation you may choose is not the important question to begin with. It is much more important that you do give yourself the time and space from time to time to rest, to sit and just breathe. Just let your thoughts pass, let the day pass, just let it be.
These are the times when you can appreciate what you have, feel that gratitude. These are the times when you can feel that you are happy and lucky. These are the times when you feel yourself … just feel … and just be … your self.
Those moments of bliss and joy come from your inside. Those moments make you realise that happiness and contentment are an inside job. Those moments are the moments you really want to live for – when you realise and feel how lucky you are.
So whether you sit down 5 minutes per day or 1 hour is again ultimately also not important. But to do it regularly, and even more when you feel you don’t have the time. Just 5 minutes per day are enough to empty your cache, to let the mind go where it wants to go until it is going quiet. What a blissful feeling that is.
Does that sound like something for you?
Why don’t you give it a try? It is worth it.
It opens your world to a whole new level of possibilities. It brings you benefits you might not even know of now. It brings you joy, bliss and contentment without you doing much for it.
Maybe this is why we doubt it so much. We have learned that we need to earn something and work hard for it and ultimately do a lot to reach those stages.
But what if you can reach further by not doing that much, but by being something … yourself.
Being present and enjoying life. Does that sound like something you could do 5 minutes per day each day?
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