Clouds Of Wonder

There are two (at least!) great things about meditation retreats.

The obvious is the sense of peace and contentment that accompanies the process of meditation itself. I’ve often wondered whether I’m really that spiritual or just so lazy I like not thinking.

A little of both, probably.

But the less obvious is even better.

After the retreat, I get to discover what I’ve “downloaded” ┬áduring my hours of meditation – those hours when I wasn’t busy thinking/worrying about stuff that ultimately doesn’t matter.

On my drive home, I discovered that my writer’s block had disappeared.

Then my petty grudges.

Who knows what I’m going to discover today?

I’m sure it will be awesome!

3 thoughts on “Clouds Of Wonder

  1. maria says:

    What a blessing to be able to think about nothing for those few hours :)
    m.

  2. Beautiful post – namaste :-)

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