As we all progress in our own individual journeys, we periodically come across others that are doing related work. I have experienced this several times in life, and Wendy Quan is one of my newest experiences. Like a rope is braided, so are our individual and collective journeys toward greater consciousness.
In a recent entry, Wendy eloquently and shared simple insight into the meditative experience that we all have access to, if we choose.
As we enter the culmination of the Holiday season, I encourage you to take 3 minutes to read Wendy’s latest gift to the blogging world. Once you have checked it out, take 5 minutes to stop and consider how you might weave meditating into your 2016 plans, as an investment in yourself and your own happiness, you deserve it.
Find your spiritual path and purpose by learning to sit in silence. It develops your intuition and awareness.
If you live your life in a state of constant busy-ness, life is flying by without much meaning and you figure there must be more to life, I write this post for you.
Allow me to turn the clock back about 15 years ago, and explain that’s exactly where I was in my life. Life was just busy and although I was doing fine, I did not feel passion for life like I envied in some people I observed. Now that I’m able to look back to 15 years ago and clearly reflect on what I was feeling, here are the kinds of thoughts I had:
How could I find my path? Is it a spiritual path I am seeking? How would I even go about finding a spiritual path? How can…
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