Meditation is accessible to all – just start where you are.
Whether it’s on a mat, at your desk, in nature, or even in your bedroom closet (my favorite hideaway during the pandemic quarantine) all you have to do is breathe.
Our minds are the sky; thoughts are clouds.
Our minds are the water; thoughts are waves.
We observe our minds without attachment as thoughts come and go – and we let them. We notice them without judgment or grasping.
Meditation isn’t about controlling our minds and thoughts, it’s about letting go. It’s about bringing our awareness back again and again to our breath; to the present moment.
On this World Meditation Day let’s breathe and allow ourselves to simply be here now.
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A lovely reminder of the blessing that it is to be able to practice!