Today I reached my 100th day of consequent meditation.
I started before the new year, as the new year resolution. Of course, I meditated before more, than two, three years, but not on a regular daily basis.
I’d like to share with you what I find out.
How many times you do things without even paying attention to doing it? Are you on autopilot? Do you aware of your surroundings? What are you hear right now? Where are you? How do you feel? What are you thinking about? What are you doing?
Why are you doing this or that? Why are you reading this post? Do you do things because you want, or because you must? If you must, why?
Do you behave like that because you feel it yourself you should? Or because you feel that someone pressure that on you? Or maybe this person is you, your superego?
You see, meditation is a constant curiosity. About the thing that is most precious to you – your life. How much time do you pay attention to what you do, feel, think now? To stop and appreciate that you are living here and now. And if you’re reading this, you must be a lucky person. Cause not everyone can.
Do you curious about what’s going on now? Do you know yourself?
Socrates said – “The unexamined life is not worth living“. And there is only one person in the whole world who can do it. You. Don’t screw up your last chance to be here. Wake up. And live.
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