So I have accidentally found a way to access my previous WordPress blogs I wrote through 2015 and 2016. The blogs that meant so much to me and which I deleted during those few horrendous moments of self-doubt. I’m beyond happy. Especially because I managed to recover all my poems and one short story inspired by meditation.
When I was reading through my old posts it struck me how many valuable things I had discovered and learned throughout the years and then completely forgot. Do you want to read a sample?
In the time of great stress and problems: one thought at a time, one step at a time.
It is a misery only if I call it a misery. Is it a misery only because I call it a misery?
I’m developing a Meditation Cheat Sheet I keep in my living room and read before meditation. I just can’t rely on my memory. I can’t afford loosing those precious seeds of wisdom that sprouted in my – otherwise barren – mind.
Oh, and by the way, my last night’s meditation sucked beyond words.
2 thoughts on “1 Aug. Meditation cheat sheet.”
Hey mate, your mind is never barren. It is nothing less that clear light full with infinite possibilities. Just like in your post it’s not barren if you don’t say it is.
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How I missed your comments! You are absolutely right. I know this. I get confused sometimes. Thanks for the reminder! How are you? How is your practice going? Are you using any particular method that you find suitable more than others?