Now, more than 10 years later and having made multiple retreats and sitting regularly, I can confidently say that meditation has been liberating. It’s a capacity to enjoy life—not just my life but the lives of everyone around me. It doesn’t matter what the point of meditation is—to be in a relationship with the world and life in general in a less impeded way means a lot already.
If you are keen to develop a practice that will allow you to discover your realm of life and access aspects of yourself or the world, you didn’t know existed. To get access to a degree of serenity and confidence in oneself and others without using a lot of energy, please sit, continue your scrolling, and meditate.
Many business leaders are said to be avid meditators who generate outstanding results. I’m delighted they do. I’m very happy to work for them. I’m pleased they found the right teacher to learn, to be able to concentrate and be in a relationship with life in such a way that they could liberate their creative capacity and leadership and engage other people’s energy and creative energies in ways that we all benefit from.
When we start getting the benefit of the practice, which I would say is almost immediate, although it’s not that easy, I would say we get the benefit when we can sit comfortably for more than 20 minutes.
Meditation is about being present and focused. When you’re able to be on a much higher level of relationship with other human beings, your mind and the ideas coming out of it will also be the fruit of that degree and level of resonance. Thus be recognized by people who also have this capacity and this success to resonate.
So if you have another way to access that energy, please work on it. The more energy is settled and amplified, the easier it is for people to relate to you and feel safe in your presence, expressing themselves and being creative.
I’m interested in your perspective on this topic. Let’s continue our conversation in the comment section below!