I love how it clears my mind from the tangle of crazy thoughts.
I love how afterwards I feel solid and secure in my positive thought process.
I love how during meditation I can form thoughts and process information on a level that feels simply superhuman to my usual state of mental awesomeness.
and I love how after practicing for so long and trying to participate in my everyday life in a mindful state,
I yearn to become a meditation teacher.
I yearn to share this beautiful and powerful tool.
I have been thinking about why I want to teach, who I want to teach, and what type of meditation.
I have been trying to distinguish from spiritual practice and scientific research.
I have been devising ways to make meditation stomachable for the masses.
To ease it away from the mystical states and into the everyday lives of me and you.
and at this point I open up a little, outside of me.
I have never been separate to the situations of my life
I never will be.
There cannot be JUST me.
Me and my situation will grow together.
we cultivate each other.
I do not want to be a teacher, I want to grow into teaching situations.
I want to be the teacher, and the student.
I want to learn and be taught.
I want to participate in the process of learning,
the sharing of wisdom, the offering of experience.
the absorption of knowledge, the awestruck connection of previously separate ideas
to teach and be taught.
to call into my life people who have a need for the knowledge I enjoy sharing
and enjoy sharing the knowledge I need
to call into my life situations of open communication, of flowing information, of blown minds.
I don’t want to be a teacher, i want to foster teaching situations.