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I have been hearing from people from years how they "can’t meditate". 

 

They build meditation into a complicated task that requires preparation, absolute stillness and 'no-mind' and believe they should be good at it right away. It's something they "should do".

 

Meditation isn't a test you can pass or fail; it is a place of worship, a chance to connect with the divine and our center within. It is a skill, like any other, and it's normal to lack attention at the beginning. It's important to allow for that.

Anything we believe we are failing we will avoid; after all, who wants to go towards bad feelings?  So we avoid it; sadly, this is a convenient escape for the ego from growth. A trap that pulls us away from our accessing our own higher states of consciousness. Our world, I believe, needs more meditators; it has been proven to calm a mind, reduce stress and increase feelings of wellbeing and happiness. 

If you have a busy mind, it can be especially difficult to quiet and focus.
If you're struggling with this, I've been there. And it's frustrating.


I remember going to my first official meditation class, held in the community room of a grocery store; I couldn’t wait to get out of there; it felt overly serious and impossible to focus in the midst of the grocery store smells and cold fluorescent lights. The instructor felt dry, boring, and I left at the midway break. 

But I still felt the call to go within. To find inner peace. You may feel this too. 

So I began meditating. At first, I was deeply amazed at the busy nature of my mind. Slowly, I allowed my brain to develop and wander, and then, over time, I naturally began to focus and still. I loved meditation. I deepened my practice at the end of a difficult marriage, and it was a ritual that held safety, solace and comfort. It began to feel like a centered, sacred place. I grew to love the discovery and the curiosity with which I approached it, and felt like something to be treasured, not avoided. Instead of making my mind wrong, I allowed what was, and trusted that it would naturally right itself.

With this gentle and forgiving approach, my meditation practice became a joy.
I encourage you to bring that mindset to your own practice.


With dedication and practice, my life has, over time, evolved into a sort of walking meditation with a part of my awareness always connected to a spiritual center, with the other part going about my normal activities. I noticed that walking in nature was a way to access an instant state of relaxation and focus similar to deep states of meditation.

The complexity and resonance of nature supplies focus and deep, healing, resonance that supports meditation - and when needed, focuses a stressed-out, busy and distracted mind quickly. 

These brief, one-minute meditations show you how transformative just a single minute can be.
How very powerful your mind can be. 

 

There is no failure. You cannot. Just watch, focus and transcend your mind-thought for just an instant, or longer. The more you aim for stillness the less it is achievable, so just allow it to emerge, gently, a flower-opening.
One second only is enough. Then build from there. Keep watching. Rewatch. Feel the energy as you expand.

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