The many wisdom traditions in the world promote meditation as a method of contacting the actual lifestyle as it does, attention and awareness.
One of the reasons why this is so precious is that our minds are usually less accurate about our experience. Our thinking mind often brings stories and imaginations about our experiences that are inaccurate and distorted. These stories and ideas are often the source of suffering because they feel stress, tension and frustration. The mind may be sad, and when we turn our attention to the mind, we may suffer from our painful thoughts.
Just as important as we lose our attention in our thoughts, they are separated from our hearts, which means that we lose our basic goodness and natural wisdom. When you focus on our thoughts, you can lose the bigger picture and the deepest gifts from our hearts.
For example, I work as a nurse in a wonderful Continuing Care Unit in Rimbey. They are surrounded by beautiful and beautiful elderly people who look for help, comfort and support.
As a nurse, another part of my work is to do many writing, recording, and physical tasks that are time-consuming with the people here.
Add to this fact that things often do not go as planned. There are some unexpected situations that will dislodge my chance to provide comfort and care. Sometimes, residents will be unhappy about the situation of things and will be informed in a variety of colorful and interesting ways. It can be a source of stress, tension and frustration.
I can easily imagine that "things are not what they are," which results in further stress, tension and frustration. My people are unhappy. I am unhappy. What to do?
One of the ways of this situation is that stress, tension, and frustration "Wake Up Call" tells us that there is something wrong, we are diverting our attention and we are no longer in touch with the heart. This means that as soon as we notice our sufferings, STOP and BACK to our true and true experience at this moment.
Do not think. Take care of breathing.
Imagine. Take care of the experience.
Do not stop thinking about sleeping. & # 39; in the headroom.
Wake up and return to the heartbeat.
Do not worry about thought and imagination,
Beware of breathing, experience, and heart.
Whenever we stop and return, we can have two great benefits.
1. You can stop our pain and suffering with our thoughts (get out of the headroom).
2. You can return to a simple acknowledgment and gratitude that we are living right now (let's get in the heartbeat).
This means reducing our sufferings and increasing enjoyment at the same time.
Now, stop doing what you do now. Just stop and return at the present moment. Just breathe in this moment. Feel your body. Take care to breathe deeper and enter the heart. Stopping and returning just means. This means that when we realize that we are suffering because we are listening to the chatter of the busy mind, we stop and bring our attention back to the heart and to the present.
We consider the selected times to be valuable for stopping and returning. One of my favorite times is when I wake up in the morning and my mind begins to compete in front of me and in the future. When that happens, I stop and return what I know: I have a real experience of lying in bed. Showering, Eating, Seduction and Walking are some of my favorite time to remember the Stop and Return.
Decide that six times today (and every day) you will stop everything you do and return to the heartbeat and display it for 10 seconds. This is a total of 60 seconds. You will devote this practice to one minute of your life that can make every difference between the place of stress, tension and frustration, or in our hearts where our basic goodness and wisdom gives us a chance to glow.
This is Stop and Return Meditation. It takes 1 minute to go. Sixty seconds, six short seconds of 10 seconds. Six moments when you can stop it and bring your attention back to your heart where your basic goodness and wisdom come from.
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