When meditation seems like too much, taking a playful attitude can help to shift gears out of the stress and into a more creative place where ideas and insights can naturally arise. These fun ideas make taming and training the mind more like child’s play than work. In a playful and light-hearted way it’s possible to shift the energy into a more embracing, loving place. Here are six ways to dance with the divine and let meditations become a fun and regular part of daily practice.
Debra Moffitt is author of Awake in the World: 108 Practices to Live a Divinely Inspired Life. A visionary, dreamer and teacher, she’s devoted to nurturing the spiritual in everyday life. She leads workshops on spiritual practices at the Sophia Institute and other venues in the U.S. and Europe. Her mind/body/spirit articles, essays and stories appear in publications around the globe and were broadcast by BBC World Services Radio. She has spent over fifteen years practicing meditation, working with dreams and doing spiritual practices. Visit her online at www.awakeintheworld.com.
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