When you live your life intensively and you stop once in a while to enjoy the wonders of life, like these beautiful flowers Mother Earth gave to us: your whole day becomes like a meditation!
You can meditate while eating, by being thankful for it and enjoy every single bite. Feel the prana build up by the elements in your vegetables while you chew your food. Be thankful to the person who made it and to the earth for letting the veggies and fruits grow. She gives them to you unconditionally!
When you walk, thank The Mother, for the ground you walk on and your body that brings you every step forward. When you feel the wind, thank God. Become one with the elements. Feel the air in your lungs building up prana.
‘A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes’. Mahatma Gandhi
When you take a bath or shower, enjoy the water. Feel the water inside your body, flow together with the water around you: feel no difference between yourself and surroundings, because everything is part of the same Body of Love.
Love yourself and love others. Send love to a person in line in front of you at the supermarket. Bless everybody in traffic. Give love to your neighbors and do some volunteering in your block.
While working breath deeply. Be thankful for everything you can do for culture and what you bring to society with your energy and work. Thank the balance between culture and nature in your life. Be thankful for the flow of life in which you receive and give energy ‘samsara‘. Thank God for the Spiritual path you may walk on and His guidance. He gives you everything you need to fulfill the task or dharma to be one with love.
Become love to be able to melt together with love. That is true meditation. That is true inner peace. Living like that, enjoying every single moment of it with an open heart; your whole day will become one meditation, every day.
‘In the attitude of silence the soul finds the path in a clearer light, and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness. Our life is a long and arduous quest after Truth.’ Mahatma Gandhi