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7 Methods to Enrich Your Meditative Practice

“One thing: you have to walk, and create the way by your walking; you will not find a ready-made path. It is not so cheap, to reach to the ultimate realization of truth. You will have to create the path by walking yourself; the path is not ready-made, lying there and waiting for you. It is just like the sky: the birds fly, but they don’t leave any footprints. You cannot follow them; there are no footprints left behind.” ~ Osho


Getting lost in the false light matrix, allowing too much energy to collect in your head, using meditation only as a relaxation tool are some of the dead ends and there are many more that we can encounter when implementing a regular meditative practice in our lives.

Once the wonderful breakthrough happens when we first try it the practice can often run dry, especially when we don’t have a spiritual community or soul family around to help aid us with the process. But then community or no community, the path of meditation and inner work requires that we face our truth every, single, day. And that’s hard.

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    Lauren Simpson-Green, who has had quite a few life-affirming spiritual experiences already, now passes her days trying to master one of the most challenging and rewarding spiritual experiences of all; being a mother to two children. Based in Devon, UK, she spends the rest of her time working on a children's book, practising yoga and making wool fairies and gnomes for her daughter's school fayres.

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