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Contents:
  1. Does Meditation Help You Get Closer To God?
  2. Ethics, Meditation, and the Need for Therapists Self-Care
  3. Your Reality Is a Reflection of What You Believe You Deserve
  4. Here is just a snapshot of what I realised in meditating on my desire of love.

When most people move throughout each day, they have several opportunities to look in the mirror. To engage in brief moments of self-reflection and notice how they're feeling, what they're thinking, and other important sensations they're experiencing. But most people don't use this time wisely. Most of us are conditioned to seek stimulation.

Does Meditation Help You Get Closer To God?

To look at our phones, our computer screens, to talk to someone nearby, or get lost in the infinite fantasy of our thoughts. Meditating on a regular basis changed that for me.

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It forced me to become more aware of my thoughts, feelings, and actions in a way that was, and this may surprise you, painful. Increasing my attunement to my own experience highlighted how removed from my experience I have become. It showed me, with utmost clarity, the moments in which I was actively choosing to ignore inner experience and look outward for stimulation. When combined with the busiest year of my life, becoming more present by bringing the unconscious into conscious awareness burned me out. This is the moment most people give up if they haven't already. Most people throw in the towel once the clash between old patterns and new intentions reaches a crescendo.

Ethics, Meditation, and the Need for Therapists Self-Care

Your comfort zone--all of the things that you know, are familiar with, and that don't challenge you--are the very patterns maintaining your unhappiness. Therefore, to move beyond your current unhappiness requires the relinquishment of old patterns and establishing something new--both of which are easier said than done, as I discovered in my practice. Over time, meditation became a paradox. It became both a moment of refuge from an overwhelming and chaotic world and a brutally honest encounter with my own suffering. There were easy days. Days that I meditated for 50 minutes in a deep, resonate state of silence.

Feeling connected to myself and something greater. Appreciative and grateful of each breath.

Your Reality Is a Reflection of What You Believe You Deserve

And there were hard days. Days that I hung on by a thread--meditating for 60 or seconds just to keep my goal afloat. Those days were painful. However, consistent throughout both the easy and difficult days was my grit--my commitment to ongoing growth, no matter how uncomfortable. I pushed myself. And it paid off.

It requires insight into your current mental, physical, and emotional patterns. The courage to replace those patterns with something more beneficial. When combined with the busiest year of my life, becoming more present by bringing the unconscious into conscious awareness burned me out. This is the moment most people give up if they haven't already. Most people throw in the towel once the clash between old patterns and new intentions reaches a crescendo. Your comfort zone--all of the things that you know, are familiar with, and that don't challenge you--are the very patterns maintaining your unhappiness.

Therefore, to move beyond your current unhappiness requires the relinquishment of old patterns and establishing something new--both of which are easier said than done, as I discovered in my practice. Over time, meditation became a paradox. It became both a moment of refuge from an overwhelming and chaotic world and a brutally honest encounter with my own suffering. There were easy days. Days that I meditated for 50 minutes in a deep, resonate state of silence. Feeling connected to myself and something greater.

Appreciative and grateful of each breath. And there were hard days.

Here is just a snapshot of what I realised in meditating on my desire of love.

Days that I hung on by a thread--meditating for 60 or seconds just to keep my goal afloat. Those days were painful. However, consistent throughout both the easy and difficult days was my grit--my commitment to ongoing growth, no matter how uncomfortable. I pushed myself. And it paid off.


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It requires insight into your current mental, physical, and emotional patterns. The courage to replace those patterns with something more beneficial. And the grit to persevere through uncomfortable moments to build new habits. Further, change requires compassion. Knowing that it's OK to have good days and bad days--for it is the contrast between the two that infuses life with meaning. And practicing self-kindness no matter how destructive your thoughts.


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Change is about all of these things and more. But merely talking about such changes and the wisdom acquired from this growth is miniscule in comparison with the feeling of congruence. Of knowing that your progress was earned rather than purchased. This journey taught me to believe in myself. To trust that no matter what arises in my experience, I have the ability to move beyond it.