While meditation has become a huge part of my life now, I was once the uber restless type. I just couldn’t sit still. My always charged up and buzzing brain didn’t help either. But over the years, I have come to calm down(atleast in meditation&prayer). Not because I have gained enlightenment or any such lofty height 😉 But simply because I have my very own simpler ways to meditate.
I love these words by Gretchen Ruben: “If you’re impatient while waiting for the bus, tell yourself you’re doing ‘Bus waiting meditation.’ If you’re standing in a slow line at the drugstore, you’re doing ‘Waiting in line meditation.’ Just saying these words makes me feel very spiritual and high-minded and wise.”
Much like positive thinking, meditation can be done anywhere and at anytime.
A beautiful reader sent me this question and I just HAD TO share my answer with her and you. Read on and you’ll know why 🙂 Continue reading