Discover The Benefits Of Community Meditation
Meditating as a community has its advantages. You can exchange feedback and teach each other. You’re more likely to show up regularly because you want to see your friends, and you feel like they’re counting on you. Most of all, you can pool your energy so that you achieve greater realizations and peace of mind.
If you’re ready to share your practice, take a look at these 3 simple approaches to finding a meditation community.
The All-Encompassing Approach
Advanced practitioners regard the time between sessions as a meditation break. If you like the idea of your practice being all-encompassing, welcome everyone into your meditation community.
1. Contemplate gratitude. It’s easier to cherish others when you focus on their kindness. Spend a minute thinking about the stranger who holds a door for you or a salesclerk who goes the extra mile.
2. Meditate on helpfulness. When you can’t offer practical assistance, you can still give others your best wishes. Imagine feeding the hungry or curing the sick.
3. Welcome irritations. Meditation isn’t all smiles and hugs. Instead of backing away from someone you find annoying, open your heart. Try to see the situation through their eyes.
Dealing with irritation in a positive way is much easier to do when you are at peace with yourself. Luckily, creating inner peace can be rather simple. As a matter of fact, you can achieve it with a meditation that we are currently offering as a free gift. Click below to get yours.