Meditate – empty the mind of thoughts, or concentrate the mind on one thing, in order to aid mental or spiritual development, contemplation, or relaxation.
It’s 6: 49 PM on day 72 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself Oats for breakfast, tweeted people about my Clean Water For All Campaign – no one has donated so far today but hey $2 027 is way better than $0 🙂 – learn how to do Substitutions with Definite Integrals – it’s simple actually just replace the numbers with variables – peeled and ate a banana – I wish somebody had told me to use my wrist rather than my fingernails while peeling it maybe than I wouldn’t have wasted an hour of my life doing something that I could have just as easily have done in five minutes LOL 🙂 – feed myself rice and curry for lunch, practise wheeling myself from the couch to the centre of the sitting room – it took me quite a long time to do it but I think that was because I was watching Oprah while doing it – and exercise for five minutes – my muscles are a lot less stiff than they were yesterday – I feel AWESOME!!!! 🙂
I used to think that meditation constituted of sitting cross-legged Indian-style and saying Om but yesterday as I was laying in bed listening to the sound of the crickets I realized that meditation is anything that brings stillness to your life. What do you do on a daily bases to bring stillness to your life? 🙂