Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Don't be ashamed to meditate

Over the last few days I've stumbled onto the name Abraham Hicks, if it's not familiar to you, like it wasn't to me at the start of the week, the concept that they share may seem a little far fetched and out there.

I've always believed there was something bigger than ourselves and the physical world, just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist, my favourite way to prove this to point out that you don't see radio waves yet to can hear the sounds they carry with the correct equipment.

On and off over my teenage years and until my mid 20's, I used to meditate.  I didn't tell people that I did this, I did it in secret but after listening to a recording from Abraham Hicks, I was tempted to give it another go, then I realised that I was ashamed to tell people that I meditated.


The only reason that I can come up with, is that I worried about what people would think of me.

But now I realise, it's none of my business what opinions people have of me.

Worrying about what people think of you, robs you of any joy that you get from doing the thing you do.

To celebrate this breakthrough, I created this piece of digital art.

I hope you like it, if you do please download yourself a copy and let it remind you to be proud and uplifted at the choices you make.

If you're interest to hear the video that inspired this little bit of digital art, then you can listen to it here.

Warning - for some people it might be a "little too out there"


Take care and enjoy being you.

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