“Meditation asks me to cease—for 20 minutes, twice each day—being a mom, wife, lover, friend, sociologist, author, speaker, coach, teacher. To give up success, in favor of peace. That’s extremely frightening to people like me.”

So today, read the article  and learn how to work with any fears you may have about finding some still time ( meditating or just staring) in your day.  You will learn to tame it to tame it, to comfort yourself and to take baby steps. In the final analysis the author tells us that “I’ve come to see that there is no such thing as a bad meditator; there is just a person who either turns to her internal experience to see what is there, or someone who does not.”

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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:

#tds659 Confessions of a bad meditator (Apr 19, 2017)
#tds1372 Confessions of a bad meditator (Apr 2, 2019)

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