Thursday, March 29, 2012
Silent meditation is that practice of being comfortable in the present moment independent of whatever life is presenting.
When we relax and stop recoiling from life, we begin to sense that life is not broken, and that it is the way that it is for a reason.
When we understand that, we come to know our purpose for being here: that we might embrace gratitude, surrender, and charity.
The method is simple: empty yourself utterly.