Daily Meditation – The Only Way to Be Consistently Satisfied

Daily Meditation – The Only Way to Be Consistently…

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The Only Way to Be Consistently Satisfied (transcript)
Breathe in and raise your vibration.
Breathe out and release your resistance.

Breathe in and raise your vibration.
Breathe out and release your resistance.

Relax your body.

Breathe in and open up to receiving.
Breathe out and relax.

Relax into this moment. Let the flow through you.

Breathe in and say thank you and get in that feeling.
Breathe out and say thank you.

I know it’s in my favor. Thank you.

Things might be uncomfortable at first, but you can trust it’s always in your favor.

Breathing in, thank you.
Breathing out, thank you.

Thank you. I know it’s in my favor. I know it.

Breathe in and slow down.
Breathe out and trust the process of life.

Trust you’re in the right place at the right time and that it’s all unfolding perfectly.

Breathe in and know it all happens in perfect timing.
Breathe out and see your life as a plant that’s growing naturally.

Yes, you can water it and give it sun, but you don’t force a plant to grow. You don’t know how a seed sprouts. You can’t make things unfold. You can’t force nature and your life is nature like everything else. You can’t force anything. You can just let go and let it unfold.

Breathe in and stop being so mixed with experience.
Breathe out and bring your attention back to its source, pure awareness.

If you’re caring too much about what happens in your life, if you want things to go a certain way, if you’re getting rocked by the ups and downs, it means your attention is seeking. You’re looking to the world for satisfaction and you’ll never find it. It’ll just get worse and worse and worse and you’ll get tossed around by the good and the bad.

Breathe in and stop getting tossed around.
Breathe out and rest your attention on its source.

The only way to be consistently satisfied in life is to rest your attention in this moment, on god, on presence, on love.

Breathe in and bring your attention back to its source.
Breathe out and stop looking to the world for satisfaction.

It’s never going to bring it. If you’re waiting for something to happen before you can feel good, you will always be affected by what happens. Decide to not be affected. Decide to be your reason for feeling good because you already are god. You already are presence, pure awareness, love.

Breathe in and stop seeking.
Breathe out and see how the mind wants to go out and look for things to make it feel better or to justify that it’s right.

But if you can stop seeking and just rest your attention here, you see life already is the way you want it to be. You already have it all because you have presence. And presence is god, presence is love, presence is pure awareness. You already have everything you’re seeking for.

Breathe in and see how you already have it.
Breathe out and just drop the thoughts.

You get to be alive. You get to be physical. You get to have fun. Even if you experience pain in your body, even if things go wrong in your life, you can always be at peace and in love and satisfied because you can always rest your attention on presence. You can rest your attention on pure awareness, on love, on god. And when you practice the presence of god, everything is taken care of. Life takes care of life and you know it’s all happening in your favor, even the pain, even the things you don’t like.

Breathe in and lighten up. It’s just not serious.
Breathe out and feel your attention detangle from experience.

Rest your attention back on its source. And you do that by asking, “Am I aware?” It stops the thoughts. It makes your attention turn around to look at itself and rest on its source. Or you can ask, “Who am I? Who am I who cares?” You can ask, “How do I know that I know?” You can say, “I know you’re here,” meaning presence or god. “I know you’re here.”

Whatever sacred question it takes to stop the seeking and rest the attention on itself, use that today.

Breathing in, “Am I aware?”
Breathing out, “Yes, I am aware and I am now in the flow.”


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