We have all experienced the tension between opposites, and we know that it's not always a bad thing. It's what keeps us on our toes and keeps us moving forward—it's what makes life exciting. But we also know that there's something more to it than just tension: there's something about the union of opposites that brings about an inner peace, an inner harmony. And for some of us, this has been a lifelong struggle—a search for the answer to why life seems so difficult at times, or why our relationships with others seem so challenging.
The answer lies in finding your Zen—finding balance within yourself and within your relationships with others. It's all about finding your true self and seeing how you can use your strengths to help others find theirs. And it starts by living meditation.
Meditation is like opening up a box full of beautiful treasures: each time you live as meditation, you'll find something new inside that box that helps guide you along your spiritual path. You'll learn how to relax more easily and quickly; how to focus on one thing at a time without getting distracted; how to listen more closely and hear what others are really saying; how to see things from different angles.
Notice your energy shift in this invocation as you say aloud:
I am sitting here alone, listening to my inner voice. I’m in a place of stillness and calmness so that I can listen to what my genius is telling me. I trust my intuition to divinely guide me on my path from this place of solitude.