Meditation for the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own deepest experience

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Meditation is the basis for all inner work.
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We might struggle conscientiously to change our limiting qualities; we might saturate ourselves with instructions and help, both concrete and subtle.
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Yet in the end, it is the direct, naked encounter with our own Awareness that shifts our understanding of who we are and gives us the power to stand firmly in the center of our being. No one else can make this happen for us.
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Meditation does.
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To make use of the principles and practices that follow, you needn’t commit yourself to meditating for hours at a time.
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What you do need is continuity of practice, even if at first it’s only fifteen or twenty minutes a day.
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The act of sitting every day with a clear intention to explore your inner being will begin the process.
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Then, as you learn to pay attention to the signals from within, you’ll know when it is time to begin meditating for longer periods.
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It is your intention, your sense of the goal, that makes even a brief meditation powerful and allows you to enter your own core.
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