Blessing must arise from within your own mind. It is not something that comes from outside. When the positive qualities of your mind increase and the negativities decrease, that is what blessing means. The Tibetan word for blessing … means transforming into magnificent potential. Therefore, blessing refers to the development of virtuous qualities you did not previously have and the improvement of those good qualities you have already developed.
― Dalai Lama XIV
Saturday, November 11, 2017
I cherish our time together.
Day 12 – My Time, Your Time, and Our Time
Biorhythms personal, respect the other's biorhythm. Our time is open, honest and continuous. Really about space not time. In our time, give other person space, shift from me to us. I cherish our time together.
Today’s meditation shows us that we all live our lives according to our own tempo, rhythm, and flow of time. Our bodies and minds thrive when we follow the daily rhythms of sleep and activity that work best for us. Difficulties arise when we try to impose our style of personal time on others. Our meditation practice helps us listen and tune in to our own unique approach to personal time, and that teaches us to respect everyone else’s approach as well.
Our centering thought for today is: I cherish our time together.
Today's Mantra: Ananta Swa Bhava My true self has no limits or boundaries. My true nature is endless in time and space.
“We spend precious hours fearing the inevitable. It would be wise to use that time adoring our families, cherishing our friends and living our lives.” – Maya Angelou