When a person first begins engaging in deep meditation practices, it can be helpful to picture the body and mind as two separate entities. One can look at the body as a temple and consciousness as one of the believers who comes to worship in the temple. Our consciousness can be regarded as being a housekeeper, but it is the house as well.
Is there really anything going on in the outside world that’s worth being anxious about? If not, then we have to tell ourselves over and over again that there’s nothing to panic about and then change our routine(s) and pattern(s) accordingly.
I would look all around and I would wonder what would happen if all the objects suddenly became aware of something
The body is a remarkably powerful healing machine with incredible capabilities, and we must not get in the way of our body’s natural healing processes.
We need to be aware of and understand things that went wrong during the formative childhood years of our lives. When we do so, we can then look for the sources of trauma and determine ways to repair psychological and emotional damage.
Therapy can be expensive, but there are ways to get help even if finances are an issue.
Take a moment to think about your life and ask yourself whether or not you are happy. Only you know the answer to that question. If you feel like something is missing and you have the energy and the desire to work toward improvement, where do you start?
The path to deep awakening is about creating a balance. It’s about understanding that if we swing too far away from the body we will perish, we will enter into danger without care, we will neglect our emotions, and we will undermine the human experience that we are in.
The term “conventional produce” means that the farmer can spray the produce with a litany of poisonous chemicals that the government has declared to be safe for you to ingest into your body.