meditation

useful – a meditation

  At the beginning of this tumor odyssey, a voice protested to me one sad evening This isn’t the way the story was supposed to end. Almost immediately, another voice said But how do I know how the story was supposed to end? Maybe this is exactly the way it was supposed to end. Because,…

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imagine – a meditation

  Imagination should be used, not to escape reality, but to create it. Colin Wilson I used to spend my time using my imagination to escape from my life. There was so much judgment and anger and criticism that I was scared all the time. I used to read for hours. It was difficult for…

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beg – a meditation

      You carry a basket full of bread, yet you beg for crumbs from door to door. You are up to your knees in water, yet you beg for a drink from everyone you see. Why are you so blind and stubborn? Beg at the door of your heart instead. — Rumi  …

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working through grief – a meditation

  Awareness. Acceptance. Action.   I have been thinking about how I “work the steps” on my grieving. The “3 A’s” of awareness, acceptance, and action give me the key. As I begin to become aware of my grief, I admit my powerlessness, and believe that my higher power can help me to move through…

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feeling – a meditation

      If I stuff my feelings, they never go away. — Anonymous         I spent some time yesterday just feeling my feelings. As I grieve, I have many feelings. Sometimes these come together, sometimes in sequence, some coming, some going, and coming back. There is pain of loss. There is…

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