I enjoy meditating. Here’s the view from the meditation chair in my bedroom.
This afternoon I closed my eyes and let the flowing come to me, being with whatever thoughts or no-thoughts were there. As is often the case, there came a moment when my eyes opened, unbidden by my mind. Someone knew that the meditation was over.
For the first time ever, I remained in the chair for half-an-hour or so. With meandering eyes, I looked across the fields and welcomed far-off cars on their left-to-right or right-to-left journeys.
At one point, there was a thought: “I am sufficient.” It wasn’t an assertive affirmation. It was merely a fact … a quiet one. There was no eruption in my brain, no strident legal arguments to dispute the peace. What did show up was a calm inventory of potential deficiencies:
You want to lose a few pounds.
That’s true. But no big deal. I want to stay healthy and I will.
Do you realize that hardly anybody comments on your WordPress posts or likes them on Facebook?
You’re right. I wonder why. Oh well … I’ll write again tomorrow.
You wanted your next life partner to show up within a few years of Jody dying, but you haven’t found the special one.
Hmm. So true. And yet I’m fine. I can feel it in my bones.
You know, it’s possible that you don’t have much time left on this planet, even though you seem to be in good health.
I wonder … do I have one year left or twenty? (Smile)
So quiet right now
Was that a pin I heard dropping?
Time stretches beyond the horizon
And all is well