We want a gorgeous human life experience. We want a sane life. We want to become a centered human being. We want to be(come) an authentic human being. We want to keep our integrity. We want to go beyond of who we think we are. We want to have more joy in our life. We want to have a more effortless life experience. You want to become the captain of our own life. We want a sustainable life that allows us to create AND grow easily AND be(come) wealthy AND healthy AND keep our marbles?
If we want all of that, we need to create a human life experience that is stable, sustainable and nourishing. And for that meditation is a great tool. And I mean a GREAT tool. I go so far to state, that if we want a sane, stable and nourishing life where we not only create what we want but we're also able to actually sustain it AND grow, then implementing meditation into our everyday life is a MUST.
Cause this physical realm is heavy, dense and messy. Cause this physical world is full of instability, chaos, disorientation and hustle bustle mentality. Cause in this physical world it's almost impossible to not constantly step on something unpleasant. Therefore. We want to become centered human beings? We need to meditate. We want to keep our integrity? We need to meditate. We want to be(come) an authentic human being? We need to mediate. We want a sustainable life that allows us to create AND grow easily? We need to meditate.
Meditation is getting into a space where we allow ourselves to just be. And getting into that space, is a powerful-powerful tool to become more a captain of our own Life, rather being just a leave on the water and being thrifting with whatsoever current is currently offered. There is a force within ourselves - our Soul, our Unique Spark of Life, our Inner Self - and that force has a voice. Interestingly eventhough that force is the power that creates universes and galaxies, for us humans it is a very gentle, fine voice.
Meditating on a daily base creates a regular slot, where we
1. can just be (and just that is a very delicious experience)
2. have the opportunity to let all our thoughts and energies just flow (human everyday life can be soo exhausting!)
3. start to become more aware of that gentle, wise and yet very fine voice within ourselves
4. we start to get a sense for the stream of Life with is unique rhythm.
There are tons of different forms of mediations out there. Some call it mediation. Some call it power nap. Others call it Siesta. Others call it just being. Call it what you want. It's the most natural state of being. Yet in the meantime it has become such a rarity in our normal human life experience. We need to approach meditation with the focus of what works for us. What is that we need? What is that our currently life situation allows us? What is that feels right to us?
Down below I share three examples and approaches. I have have been doing all three examples for now more or less 20 years. Depending on where you are right now in your Life one is better than the other. Or perhaps you'll find something that suits you even better. From my own experience: For me, currently the focus is more on a daily TM session and sometimes a bit of the other ones. But I also had periods in my Life where it was the other way around. And yes, I am sharing here only the ones that I tried out AND work for me. Therefore I recommend, that you do your own research and find out what is the best way to meditate for you and your actual life situation. You can use the videos down below to create a moment where you allow yourself to just be. The gentle, soft music and the beautiful video artwork will help you enter safely that state of relaxation and reach those unique levels of your being.
This Blog Post was last updated on Friday, 26.01.2024.
#1 Walking Meditation
- A walk in nature for ca. 30 - 60 min.
- No handy. No music. No books. No notes
- Comfortable shoes and clothes
- Walk in silence. Observe the sky, the trees, the landscape
#2 Contemplation Meditation
- Sit in a comfy chair/place at your window for ca. 15 - 20 min.
- No handy. No music. No books. No notes
- Comfortable clothes, warm scarf/blanket
- Be in silence. Observe the scenery. Look at the sky, the people, the cars
#3 Transcendental Meditation
- This meditation is taught and it costs
(depending on your life-money-situation it might a bit pricey to start with)
- Do some research on the Internet, if you like what you've read, find a transcendental meditation center
in your vicinity, go visit them and if it feels right, book the course. It's worth it.
When to apply:
- In the morning, before your day starts
- In the afternoon ca. 16 h or at twilight
- the walking and contemplation mediation can be applied whenever you want
How much time is needed:
ca. 15 - 30 min.
A centered, clear, peaceful
emotional and mental state.
Plus, so, soo much more energy.
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