So suppose this thing called life was really just us sitting in one, seemingly long meditation. If that was indeed the case, we could practice allowing experiences to come and go without gripping onto them or judging them further. Every thought noticed simply there to act as a distraction from our true nature. Every emotion aroused, again, there acting simply as a form of distraction; trying to pull us away from our natural state of being.
We can learn to notice this tug and pull in life and redirect ourselves back to the beauty that exists, deep within all along.
Love. Our birthright. Underneath all of the mind chatter or felt emotions there is a greater power within, begging for our awareness.
Just as in any meditation practice, when we notice a distraction from our focus we can simply let it be and gently guide ourselves back to our greater focus. In doing so, the strain willingly dissipates all on its own. We need not judge what sensations or thoughts arise but again simply become aware of our relationship to them and our innate power to refocus our center on a much greater presence.
So suppose this thing called life was really just us sitting in one, seemingly long meditation. We can practice allowing experiences to come and go without gripping onto them or judging them further. We can simply notice them and redirect our main focus back to the present time. Back to our relationship with the here and now. Back to our birthright.
Behold the peace that awaits when we experience life through this lens. Nothing experienced exists to intentionally cause suffering but instead offers us a recognition of something greater within, offering love and peace to those that seek.
We can notice when tension arises through our relationship with life and allow ourselves to go back to a state of inner peace, inner love; our true essence. Like anything in this thing called life, the more we practice the greater we become. And so it is.