Haiku – rest in this moment

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Rest in this moment

It just takes a breath or two

Find Your Middle Ground

 

This is what I have to say to you today.

Take a moment to step away from it all.

Breathe in the Prana and goodness from nature and absorb the energy from the sun.

Take care of what you eat so it nourishes your very soul as well as the body.

Gaze upon the beauty around you and those you love.

Touch an other with love and appreciation.

 

This is a time for deep self care to nurture every part of our Being.

Pause and find your middle ground.

Namaste

 

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Haiku – Rest

Find Your Middle Ground

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Find your Middle Ground
In the highs and lows,
Rest in your Being
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Find your Middle Ground is about stepping away from stressful days and the highs and lows of life, and taking time to pause.

When we rest in this place,  we are able to let go of judgments and how we wish things “should” be. We allow ourselves to open up to what is in this moment, and in doing so, connect with our authentic being and life energy.

There will always be ups and downs in life. We can find contentment when we take time out to rest in our Being.

Namaste

The Difference Between Restless and Resting

 

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‘I know’ is the restless place for all beings.

‘I don’t know’ is the resting place for all beings.*

~ Mooji

 

The need to hold on to “knowing” keeps many of us from finding peace. We think knowing  is the answer, but it creates more restlessness.

It can become a never-ending quest for control and security. We create stories about this state to make it okay. We call it our personality or human nature.

It can appear as worrying about things beyond our control. For example: holding on to being right, trying to change others into our way of thinking and acting, striving to be perfect, looking for answers to problems that only exist in our mind, staying awake at night wondering what would make us happy …

Over time is becomes a habit that keeps feeding the insecure ego mind. The need to know increases fear and uncertainty.

Contentment comes from embracing the not knowing. It isn’t a simple or an easy transformation to make. Yet, when we accept that we don’t know and make room for it in all areas of our life, we create space for peace.

In surrendering to reality we find the freedom to be at rest with life.

Namaste

 

* Mooji. White Fire: Spiritual insights and teachings of advaita zen master Mooji (Kindle Locations 3306-3307). Mooji Media Publications. Kindle Edition.

* Haiku – a breath or two

Just breathe

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Rest in this moment

It just takes a breath or two

Find Your Middle Ground

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