“Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; You can use it anywhere, anytime, unobtrusively.”
Sharon Salzberg (1952- ) Teacher of Buddhist meditation
If you think of “meditation” not only as a specific system of practice or delineated and exacting procedure to be followed in a disciplined, repetitive, way (which it certainly can be) but also as any period of time you spend anywhere in which you simply become still, take a few deep breaths, and turn your attention inward. (a “Stillpoint”) ‒ then you can meditate at will, and no one’s the wiser.
“Ultimate mobile device” or “Stillpoint” ‒ no matter what you call it, cumulatively it can change your life.
Next time you reach to take out your smart phone and check it for … whatever, try turning your moment into a “Mobile Stillpoint.”
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