“Morning Meditation – To be at one with nature is to be totally unconstrained by worldly conditioning”
We are running on sensory overload, disconnected from nature, each other and our spirit. Our minds are busy and our senses are bombarded from all directions. We have become de-sensitized, stressed, and unable to enjoy the simple pleasure of just being alive. Actually, the morning is a good time for meditation.
Natural Meditation is both a philosophy and a practice. It is a philosophy of freedom: the freedom to be as we really are, without social rules and self-imposed limitations. It is a philosophy of honoring the earth, and the spirit within each of us. It is a philosophy of self-development, in tune with natural cycles. Through it, we can reconnect with nature, and ultimately with our own spiritual core, the still small voice so often buried in our hurried and over-stimulated minds.
The practice of Natural Meditation is as varied as the people who practice it. It is not a religion or a dogma, but a philosophy and a way of being, already practiced by many under a different name. It is connecting with nature, refining our senses, and reaching out to touch the hand of the divine. It can be as deep or as gentle as the person who practices it, and the only requirement is an open mind and a willingness to explore.