Meditation Title: Reflection
Technique: Think of the quiet reflection time as a meditation where you silence all the “noise” around you, sit in the silence, enjoy the peace and quiet, and listen to your inner self. Notice how very rarely is ANY meditation about “nothing”. Meditation is more about being in the moment. Being very aware of being in the moment. A lot of meditation is about shutting up and listening. So during quiet reflection time – you get to listen to yourself. Don’t react to anything yourself says. Just sit there and OBSERVE and LISTEN. You can act on the memory that you need to put the clothes in the dryer when the quiet reflection time is over.
You can also choose something to reflect on.
My Meditation: Today I decided to reflect on my priorities and rearrange them if necessary.
Meditation Resources: I have to laugh because there are articles on everything all over the web. Many times when I tell young people to spend some time in self reflection, I’m asked the question, “How do I do that?” Low and behold – someone wrote a wiki on how to reflect! So for those of you who may need a little extra guidance: https://www.wikihow.com/Reflect
Thoughts: As usual, reflection has given me some solid insight into some of my priorities for going forward.