LIFE IS A LEARNING CURVE...

12 August 2017 12:00 AM

As is meditation, I think, but then again I think I am ALWAYS in a meditative state.  I have to shake my metaphorical head to realize when or when not I am walking around, half asleep!  HA!  Half-kidding, half-not.  I used the long cord head phones when I sat this time, and pulled back from the computer.  My image of the Mandela was certainly clearer, a simple matter of how to look at a computer screen when you are wearing bifocals.  HA AGAIN.  I'm laughing at myself.  Pulling back from the screen, the computer desk, I was able to experiment with trying to cross my legs, while sitting in the chair.  I want to keep doing that - I know that makes my meditative state "lighter", but with my physical problems (poor circulation); I have to figure out what's best, and what's not.  I can't stay in the same position for long - but I think being able to move my legs and arms while I contemplated the Mandela helped.  I'm going to keep that up.  I think part of my meditating on this Mandela is to find a clearer channel, i.e. PHYSICAL CHANNEL.  I need to be able to move.  I'm tired of being numb.  I'VE HAD IT.  So I'm going to make it stop.  I saw one image while I was meditating, made me laugh that I saw that rectory hall once more, the side hall, the light green paint, the dull light, shadows... strange to see that again.  I think I'll try to walk down that hall next time I see that.  Last but not least, I LOVE contemplating that Mandela, so... I'll keep this up. :)