Today I haven’t got any articles or poems to read nor charming videos to watch. I have been thinking about meditation and how we practice it. As you probably know by now, I am a proponent of a much more open, gentle, and instruction-free type of meditation practice. That includes continuing to use any meditation technique you feel comfortable with, and I am always willing to help guide you.
This meditation group started almost 3 years ago (in July!) and I would really like to get an idea as to where you are with your practice. What do you want from your meditation? You may think that if you don’t have some impressive-sounding insight to report, nothing is happening. Others may think that if they don’t achieve a peaceful calm state, they aren’t meditating properly. Needless to say, neither of those ideas are true!
I would like to talk to you individually so we can look at your practice and see how you might want to explore from there. (This is mainly directed at my Sunday morning group although others who have been in my classes are welcome to contact me) Please get in touch with me during the next few weeks and we can make a phone or Zoom appointment.
By the way, here’s a very brief set of instructions from Jason, for the meditation and the journaling. Just see what you think. You definitely don’t have to do this and we can talk about your practice any way you wish. If it appeals, however, give it a try: