I’m sorry, I really wanted to have a more detailed and thought provoking meditation this week…but 6 days of state mandated teacher training has left my brain still unable to function properly. It is often the case that 1 hour of boring and useless work is more damaging to the brain than 10 hours of pushing your mind and body…6 8-hour-days of propaganda and BS based off decades old, out-dated biased research. Thank you state of Arizona.
Anyway, as I try to retrieve balance through more serious mediation, may I suggest this week we all focus on two very important questions:
“Who are you?” and “What do you want in life?”*
These two questions are at the heart of psychology, philosophy, and spirituality, and have been asked in a myriad of forms over the ages.
Next week I’m going to bring your answers to these questions back to our eternal battle with the ego, but for this week I just want you to spend a few minutes a day and in silence ask yourself these two questions and come up with a list (mental or written down, it doesn’t matter) and be prepared to seriously look at that list soon.
Who are you?
What do you want in life?
PS It might help if you cleared all your chakras mentally before engaging in this if you have the time. With the chakras cleared of negative energy and filled again with light and love you might get clearer and more preceptive answers.
*No, I’m not quoting a sci-fi show of questionable production values, these are important philosophical questions. Kudos, though if you get the reference.