One of the most powerful teachings that emerge in a meditation practice is the taming of the busy mind. That taming comes with an inner peace and the capacity to live life fully.
We are less caught in the desire to figure things out; less interested in the unrelenting search for explanations, details, reasons, regrets, justifications, excuses, clarifications, annoyance and apologies. We are less caught up in what is called suffering or dukkha.
Becoming a meditator allows us to realize that the remarkable human mind doesn’t know how to live life fully.
Sitting quietly doing nothing
Spring comes and the grass
Grows by itself.
Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon?
Tell me what is it you plan do with your own wild and precious life?