Meditation like house keeping — best done daily so things don’t get too messy.
I start by following my breath. Closing my eyes to focus more on the internal environment. Then I let go. I fall. But without the fear…
I reach out for the textures of my fears and anxieties. I can’t find or feel them in this way because they aren’t real.
But I hear a sound. The beating of my heart is more than a reminder of its existence. It says something about my existence. That I’m human, which means I can love. It also means I am loved, because I’m already a miracle. One of such complexity could not be created without the care and appreciation that is love.
I am miracle. I deserve to be here. I whisper it into the breeze hoping it’s caught by the loved ones crossing my mind. I can take comfort in that fact, or contemplate out how miraculous the life I’m in, can be.
This is where illusions are replaced by visions. Illusions are clouds of fear. Visions sparkle with clarity. Made of the same elements of dreams.
This is when the deepest parts of me gets the chance to speak. The voice echoing up to my awareness. These parts are not the biology that make our hearts beat, rather the spirituality we call upon when our biology may fail us.
These instructions are read now, but felt when carried out. During this process you’re blind, but somehow travel great distances. Even fly. You start by falling, then you’re light enough to elevate…to escape. Just make sure to return.
It’s now time to clean up your life.