Its been a while since I wrote, but this morning I came across some old journals and felt inspired.
I’ve always found journalling useful, its a way of preserving the essence of our experiences especially in spiritual practices. There in writing, Ive noted what I experienced in meditation at different times (some of which were the darkest) Also, how I was feeling at those times, spiritually, physically and emotionally.
The most significant thing I’ve realised as a scholar and a teacher, is how far I have travelled and developed to this point in my life. It’s almost like a manual of my life, that I never even realised was taking fruition.
Now when asked, ”How can you prove meditation works?” it isn’t hard to respond with conviction.
Experience is so important, because without experiencing the benefits of what we do, there seems little logic in doing it. But what this morning highlighted, is how quickly we forget the richness of the things we learn along the way.
So I guess today Im reaching out to my readers and asking…..
How has your spiritual practice enriched your life? I’d love to hear your feedback.