Yesterday morning, I sat down to my morning #meditation, just as I do every day.
I closed my eyes, felt the sweetness of my breath consciously filling my body, and an image similar to this one flashed across my mind.
I saw myself sitting in the middle of a busy street, with everyone racing around above me, undisturbed as I sat silently below. And I was brought back into contact with one of the many reasons why I sit every morning.
Yes, I sit to anchor myself, and my Mercurial mind that is constantly pouring forth ideas and integrating downloads.
But, the bigger WHY, is that I do it for the people that I come into contact with, and as an act of devotion to the #world that I am co-creating.
When I am anchored in that steady flow of connection to all that is, carried by my breath, I am naturally an anchor for the #environment around me.
The vibration of #harmony that starts to hum inside of me ripples out to the next person, and the next one, until a shift starts to happen.
The pace slows down.
Chaos starts to steady itself.
And the way that we interact with each other naturally becomes more #kind.
Kindness takes patience. It takes us slowing down the pace of our hearts.
Through meditation, we become the bridge.