A Meditation

Staying in More

During this time, we are out less. We could think “isolated” or we could think, “Protect and Prevent.” I guess it’s all in how we see it.

We could see it as more time spent with home or family. It’s good food cooked at home, time for board and card games, or catching up on some family movies.

We could notice. How often do we really stop and listen and see.

We’re noticing the tension in our world and especially, we see those of us who are out in the thick of it, day in and day out. There are gloves and masks and hand sanitizer along with, “keep your distance.” They screen me entering the hospitals and rest homes. And, I’m glad for the precautions taken. It’s a different world though isn’t it?

What do we do, finding that we have extra time on our hands, while also finding that today is a very different day than even a few days ago… I wish that the reasons the world has slowed down were different ones. And, I wish that the world slowed down more often for better ones. Why does it take critical times for us to slow our pace?

With that in mind, here is a meditation to sooth the body, mind, and spirit. As we send our healing light out into the world, may our souls also find peace and rest.

Stay in when you can. Find some zen. Prevent and protect! 🌟

Background soundtrack is from Insight Timer by Owen Jenkins, Nature Sounds: Flowing Stream

Cover and Video Photo Credit: 12019@Pixabay


      1. Halbarbera

        Glad to be retired for surely sure.

        Retired in 2007 and do not miss work at all! However, from people that worked for me in DC, some of the computer systems we developed are still being used today!

        Art and blogging is a lot more fulfilling!

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  1. Brandon

    On the large scale, the world is in a state of self-reflection, looking within.

    Apply this metaphor to yourself, it is a great time for self-reflection and looking within.

    I love writing about these sort of ideas. You presented it very clearly.

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!


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