How to Contemplate

April 2, 2008

Journaling is the easiest way to begin your practice of contemplation. By journaling, you’re recording your experience and your feelings about that experience for future review. This can be very helpful, because sometimes the answers aren’t immediate. In fact, there have been many situations where the full impact of an experience was not revealed to […]

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Contemplation

April 2, 2008

Contemplation A Vital Support for Your Meditation Practice Contemplation goes hand-in-hand with meditation. The reason for this is simple. If you have an experience in your life, but don’t recognize its significance, then does that experience have any meaning for you? Probably not. Similarly, if you have an experience in meditation, and afterward you don’t […]

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Journaling as a Spiritual Practice

April 1, 2008

Journaling Reveals Insights into Your Life and Meditation Journaling as a spiritual practice can heighten your experience of life and meditation by revealing hidden meanings and significance to the events of your life. It opens you to new understandings that may not be obvious at first. All you need is a paper and pen. Actually, […]

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