If we stop identifying with things that we are not, our mind will become still. That’s all it takes to meditate. – Sadhguru
As I approach a very busy time of year, I need to be conscious and aware of my focus. I need to remember to focus on who “I AM” and let go of who I am not. I am not anger, I am love, I am not stress, I am peace, I am not alone, I am connected to everything and everyone. Below is a focus meditation I created.
Find a quiet relaxing place to sit
Take some deep breaths in and out, relax your shoulders and lower back.
Focus on the word love. Where in my body can I feel and identify love within me. Take time to connect to this love.
Focus on the word peace. Where in my body can I feel and identify peace within me. Take time to connect to this peace.
Focus of the word oneness. Where in my body can I feel and identify oneness within me. Where can I feel my connection to the earth and to the energy around me. Find this feeling, and re-connect to everything.
May you feel peace, love and oneness always. Namaste.
38 thoughts on “Who I am..”
Beautiful and centering 🙂
Thankyou Val, it is a gift to practice.
Namaste. This is so beautiful. Thank you.
Namaste Nico. Thankyou.
And repeat, repeat, repeat, right? I plan to.
Yes Emilie, repeat, repeat. Chop wood, carry water!
Thankyou I loved doing it.
Namaste my friend.
softly focused on this post
I breathe, smile and get calm 🙂
I am glad David. Thankyou 🙂
This is a very timely post ~ when the holiday seasons and get togethers and work all collide together at this time of year, it always seems that something is going to give (or give out). I’ve thought about meditation before…and not a bad idea but for now I will follow your mantra: “I am not anger, I am love, I am not stress, I am peace, I am not alone, I am connected to everything”
🙂 Wishing you a great weekend.
Yes it’s a crazy season for everyone Randall and when family get together it can be stressful too. Just taking a few minutes each day to remember who we are is a meditation. Thankyou for your comments. 🙂
Very beautiful Karen, thanks for your gift 🙂
Thankyou Irene and for your gift to us.
Magnificent words and goes straight to the core.
I appreciate your comment Barbara. Thankyou.
I am trying to practice meditation. thanks a lot for this post..
Thankyou Akhila. So nice to have you here.
So very lovely; thankyou Karen. The word ‘peace’, for me, has always had a special power in its mere utterance – like an immediate opening of the doors to a sanctuary.
I agree Hariod. Peace is a sanctuary within us always, we just need to connect. Thankyou and have a lovely day.
What a beautiful post. Your focus meditation is beautiful and should be used by others to experience the calming, balancing and grounding affects it offers.
Thanks Jonathan. This time of year, I think we could all use a little focus! 🙂
Just reading the words slows me down and centers. Lovely piece, Karen.
Thankyou Eliza. When we shift our focus on the right thoughts, we re-balance.
Beautiful meditation. Thank you, Karen.
Thankyou for your support.
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Thankyou so much. 🙂
One is never defeated in retreat, if one does so to recharge one’s batteries. Only those who are worn down are not themselves.
I agree Alan, we cannot give unless we retreat and refill. Have a lovely day.
Namaste dear Karen. ♥
Namaste my friend.
Karen this is a great way to meditate, I struggle to shut my active mind down. I might try this meditation thanks.
Meditation changes my focus and I find that really helps everyday. 🙂
I love your blog, and I am grateful for the words you share:-)<3
Thankyou Isabella. It is so nice to have you here. 🙂