14688Re: overwhelmed beginer can someone tell me where i am and how i got here?
- Mar 3, 2006--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "aideenmck"
> --- In email@example.com, "aideenmck"
> <aideenmck@> wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "JESSICA"
> > <jlmulli2692@> wrote:
> > >
> > > this is so frustrating to me. Im a new mom at 28, i have a 1
> > old
> > > and just turned 3 yr old. when i had them a door opend up to
> > andim
> > > now im on my journey. so far its led me here, but i feel like
> > in athe
> > > different world that speaks a foreign language. i know im on
> > rightlike
> > > path, but the lingo is really hard for me to grasp. im really
> > trying.
> > > the thing on spaciousness, i gather is to clear your mind? is
> > there a
> > > study i can go to? a place? somewhere i can learn as a beginer
> > > meditation and everything that goes with it? so far i feel
> > a
> > > hitchhiker on the right road but not knowing where im going. i
> > just
> > > want to be enlightend to the universe and other extensions
> > am
> > > finding are out there besides me.its like i want to yell "Can
> > someone
> > > tell me where i am, And how i got here?" lol seriously im
> > this
> > > a beautiful world but im not sure whats next?
> > >
> > Jessica - You may find it helpful to read Lawrence Leshan's "How
> > Meditate". It helped me when I felt overwhelmed. And while
> > whatever your life gives you to do (changing diapers, etc.),you
> > always in the here & now, not in the past or the future. When
> > discover that you've momentarily lost the present, return to itAnother "by the way" & then I'll keep quiet - you might want to
> > without being annoyed with yourself. Inhale. Exhale. Pay
> > attention. There you are. :)
> Oh & by the way - if you can't find "how to Meditate" at the
> library, do what Jeff Belyea suggested - that's Leshan's book in a
borrow Eckhart Tolle's "The Power of Now"
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