We lose touch with the underlying vastness within us.

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Excerpt from the “Heart of Meditation”

In other words, the moment we begin to focus on objects—including thoughts, perceptions, and ideas—we lose touch with the underlying vastness within us.

And because thoughts, feelings, sensations, and perceptions fill our awareness almost every moment of our existence, it is no wonder we rarely see the ocean of consciousness inside us.

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My two cents: It is important to realize how irrational our thoughts and emotions can become during times like this.

Our ability to let go of thoughts, fear or doubt and is vital.

Observe, be aware of your patterns.

Be forgiving towards yourself first, then others around you.

Release any blame or resentment, grasp kindness and compassion.

Accept we are on this journey in harmony, not competition.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by rudid96 on April 4, 2020 at 3:09 pm

    “Release any blame or resentment, grasp kindness and compassion” is a regular challenge. Now, while in isolation but still required to navigate others emotions can be large. Very much focused on Breathing and slowing down so that connecting to mindful movement is possible. Not so good yesterday. Today trying again.
    Peace and good health

  2. Good for you. Our life is not for narration and not for being perfect.

    We use our tools when we find ourselves lost or anxious

    Thanks for the response

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