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In the past two weeks I have had two separate clients share with me a similar sentiment. They are disciplined and committed to morning practice, but it’s something separate than the rest of their day.
Here are my thoughts, and an invitation to integrate the practice in our out-in-the-world, day-to-day living…. where it’s intended to support us most. ❤
“Can you imagine what a state of mind without illusions is? How it would feel? Try to remember when there was a time, perhaps a minute, maybe even less, when nothing came to interrupt your peace, when you were certain you were loved and safe.Then try to picture what it would be like to have that moment be extended to the end of time and to eternity. Then, let the sense of quiet that you felt be multiplied 100 times and then be multiplied another hundred more. And now, you have a hint, not more than just the faintest intimation of the state your mind will rest in when the truth has come.”
This is a direct invitation to incorporate spiritual principles of love and forgiveness into your daily meditation practice. These are principles that support us in our joy, and begin to release us from the pain and suffering of anger and judgement.