Sometimes my focus is too much on myself. I’m self-centered by default; thinking about the pros and cons of my day, dreams and aspirations, how much money is in my bank account. It’s what I call the ultimate citta vritti addiction. My mind chatter is in over drive and I know from experience that stopping and breathing and lying on my back is the only solution.
It is in the letting go through this simple technique of breathe, relax, feel, watch and allow that I am able to quite easily connect to the essence of me. I leave the cult of my personality, where the body and mind hold court, and enter the realm of essential nature whereby the essence of me reveals itself gently, sweetly, unequivocally.
In this space, I am limitless, joyful, peaceful and free; unencumbered by the confines of my mind, the boundaries of my ego, the limitations of my own imagination. And I am free to embrace the lightness of my own soul and, most importantly, share that energy with others and spread the ananda (bliss) to all those that I serve, really everyone that I encounter, incline towards, like a lot, love.
And I am grateful….