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A camera doesn't judge or question the scene that unfolds in front of it. A camera doesn't have any problems either.
Here is the beauty of learning to observe and not get so wrapped up in what is unfolding.
Nurture contentment for what is. There is such peace and perfection when you let go of what you think should be.
Hey presto –Life becomes instantly easier!
The mind can never be content.
Instead of following those thoughts that only lead to dissatisfaction, choose to let now be enough.
What if the thoughts in your skull were just visitors? Simply passing through?
What if you never grabbed hold of any of them, just let them run?
What if you just sat back and watched, free to observe all the comings and goings?
Wouldn’t that make a difference?
One of the biggest sources of trouble anyone has with Ascension or general meditation, is thinking far too much.
Coming to terms with the quantity and/or quality of your thoughts is so important with any practice. Your ability to detach from the mind is key, no matter whats going on.
Once you do that, you can have peace WITH thoughts, and what a pleasant thing that is.
More unconditional living: Set no barriers to yourself.
Be free by being free of expectation and should.
Unconditional living… without expectation, insistence, should.
Completely innocent and free.
A great homework task this one!
It's not just about the quiet, still, clear, silent moments.
Beautiful and profound as they are, it's about being in contact with the presence of now in the middle of life itself, in the middle of action:
Walking, talking, working, loving, playing, laughing, dancing, adventuring .... every where and in every moment, presence and stillness makes life rich, full, complete, truly Alive.
Meditation is not just about peace and quiet, contemplation and silence.
It’s about life.