The mind doesn’t like to be let go of.
The mind doesn’t like being still. Our minds are conditioned to be aware and ‘in control’. Perhaps it is a survival requirement?
Even when we know we are safe, it takes effort to drop back and be free from all that mental drama. To be content and okay with how things are.
We are conditioned to compare ourselves to others, to have more stuff, to do more. We are conditioned to travel to exciting places and to have more excitement and drama.
But perhaps the true contentment in life doesn’t come from having more stuff and doing more exciting things?
Perhaps true contentment comes from finding freedom within?
Finding a state of Yoga, or Union, that is always there just often hidden. Perhaps true contentment comes when we experience the one-ness, the state of unitary consciousness, the one big universal freedom. Does that sounds a bit far-fetched? It is available, but you do have to be willing to be still.
Have the courage to make time in your life for stillness. Make time in our life for finding yourself. You wont regret it.
Much more meaning than is teased out here can be taken from these cards, this is just a start. I’d love your feedback and look out for my blog about the next card soon.
You can purchase your own set of these contemplation cards from the store HERE and postage is free in Australia.
The gorgeous original picture on the front of each card is by Gayle Stone Art.