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Curiosity and Meditation

Published on 04/04/20
by randy

Education gives us curiosity. Our ego craves to “think” it knows. Have you noticed how all the epidemiologists who have lots of training in pandemics frequently say “I don’t know”. Have you noticed those of ignorance who try to win our confidence look very silly.? This is a test of our capacity to face the unknown with a sense of equanimity, openness and flexibility. It’s a great spiritual exercise. It’s an exercise that comes through a body of well-being rather than a Pollyanna head. It’s a reason the best thing one can do now is meditate. Meditation calms the body and mind and allows us to meet the present moment, relieving the stress of our craving mind. Knowing that stress is the major contributor to disease, actively meeting inaction with a focus on breath may be the best thing you can do at this time. 

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