Meditation And Transience

by Master Meditation on October 25, 2010

Meditation aids you to deal with the transient nature of life and brings stress relief too

Meditation aids you to deal with the transient nature of life and brings stress relief too

Meditation as I have said many times can helps us in many ways, it is a key to unlocking many of the good elements of life. By taking time for meditation, and in particular time to meditate on key parts of our lives we can create effective change and the results we desire. Within this it is also wise to note the transience which affects the lives of all of us. As we move through life, things around us change and move too. Sometimes to our liking, sometimes less so. As each of us grows as as a person so do others, sometimes together, sometimes apart. There is a transience to life that comes and goes through all of us.

Accepting and working with the nature of this transience can give you a stronger foundation to lead a fulfilling life. Once you are able to accept this moving nature within life then you are more prepared and can be more at ease with it. Certainly within meditations you can work on the and also the time spent in meditation can aid you to hold greater composure due to the stress relief it yields. The more relaxed you can be in day to day life, the easier it is to move through transitional phases in your life. The easier it is to deal with the transient nature of everything around.

At times things may feel overwhelming and beyond your control, maybe they are, maybe they are within control, maybe they should be left to run free and see what happens. What actually matters is that they have occured in order for you to learn from them. The lessons you take from any and all events will shape your life and the impact of all situations upon you. If something feels unpleasant and you can draw a positive learning from it then the entire context and meaning of that event then shifts, it becomes a good experience due to the learning you have achieved. Sometimes it is good to root in, grounding yourself to hold up for what you seek, other times it is good to allow yourself to be shifted around with the flow. Only you can decide which is right for you.

If you do wish to follow the flow then this meditation can help you. As always either go to your meditation space or find a calm area where you can remain undisturbed for the duration of your meditation. Music can be good for this, something gentle, perhaps with ocean sounds if they feel right for you, and incense if you are able, these things are of course easily available in the US, UK, Japan and throughout most of the world. Also if you wish to meditate with crystals then I recommend Larimar for this. So get into a comfortable seated or lying meditation position. Allow your mind to clear. Be gentle with yourself. Begin to feel yourself from within, every muscle and nerve, the flow of your breath and beat of your heart. When you have a keen awareness of yourself feel yourself floating, floating gently, protected from harm. As you float feel sea water flow in and around you, drawing you out into the middle of an ocean, an ocean in which you are totally safe. As you float there be aware of how the ocean surges and flows in different directions. Relax and refrain from fighting against it, you are here where you are meant to be, you brought yourself here. Just also yourself to be at one with the flow. Either relax and let the ocean take you or swim with it, your choice. As you do this, notice how the events and movement around you change. You are totally safe, everything here is here for you own good. Just take time to relax with the flow. Find yourself becoming accustomed to the flow. Accustomed to the way it moves you around, drawing you to new places, highlighting new experiences, bringing you new learning. As different thoughts come to you, if they do, just allow them to flow with you and the flow. Draw them along with you in the meditation. If you find learning or solutions coming to you, thank the flow and allow your mind to put them into action. The main thing is to become at one with the flow. Ease into it and allow yourself to become mindful of it for your greater good. Meditate for as long as feels right.

Wherever you are I wish you beautiful meditations and happiness. Namaste.

Stephen

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Gene Teichert June 22, 2012 at 9:38 pm

I am not positive where you’re getting your info, however great topic. I must spend some time learning more or working out more. Thanks for fantastic info I was in search of this information for my mission.

Master Meditation July 10, 2012 at 5:02 pm

Many thanks! Good luck in your journey! 🙂
Namaste

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