I found this interesting – although I am not knowing Ganesha, but of course know about Ganesha – uplifting too. Thought provoking and gentle on those of us who simply cannot get ourselves “mindful” in our distracted lives. Thank you for interesting thoughts.
Meditation does not guarantee peace. It is very much the job of the mind to encroach upon our precious moments and deposit obligations, regrets, great plans, and worry any moment there is a chance of quiet or calm, and our consciousness often acquiesces to these distractions because they are so incredibly strong and very important to us. After all, they design and direct our goals and create a structure for our behavior.
These obstructions, like many others, are possible to move aside given that you have the right fulcrum. There is no certainty of the existence of a chant or theory that will be the catalyst for your “aha” moment, but, what is certain, is that you can create it for yourself. You are the foundation of your quieted mind.
I came to agree with this ideology—as I often do come to understandings or even questions—as I lay upon my…
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