Morning Meditation

This morning I lay on the floor and petted the Diva. She doesn’t allow this very often at all. I listened to her purr and remarked to the GG that I could meditate to that sound as it is so relaxing.
My current meditation background is Wayne Dyers “I Am” meditation. I breathe in say the words “I am xxxxxxx” and visualise this.
In recent times words have been coming to me. This morning as I began I prayed “what am I today Lord”?
The reply put me a little off balance “I am letting go”.
“Letting go of what?”
“Today you are letting go and trusting.”

So today as I head off to work I am letting go and letting God.
I’m not sure how that’s going to work out.

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39 thoughts on “Morning Meditation

    1. The day was pretty normal actually – considering it was a day at work. So that’s a good thing. I get used to getting into trouble for one thing or another (not always my fault either).

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  1. This reminded me of a sign my husband keeps in his office that says,”Good Morning, This Is God!: I will be Handling all Your Problems Today. I Will Not Need Your Help — So Have a Good Day.”
    Hope you have a great day Sue! πŸ™‚

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  2. I’m just barely tiptoeing into meditation…but I’m determined to give it a serious try since I’m convinced it would be good for me. Any suggestions for starter meditations, meditation music, etc.? Would love to hear any recommendations!

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    1. Okay, I am so not the best to ask because my meditation times become daily struggles within my mind to stop the chatter lol
      I started out with guided meditations. Deepak Chopra does 21 day free meditations at several times through the year. I believe there is another one starting in a few days. These only go for 20 minutes or so and are just perfect for me. I have some guided meditation CDs but you have to try them a couple of times until you work out whether it’s for you or not. Right now I meditate to Wayne Dyer’s “I Am” CD.
      I think it’s a case of not giving up because sometimes it all does feel too hard and making it a regular practice. Don’t get upset with yourself if you fall asleep or your mind goes off on tangents. Just start again next time and be kind to yourself. πŸ™‚

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      1. Wonderful – thanks so much for the suggestions. At this point a 20 minute meditation sounds like an eternity πŸ™‚ but I hope I can get to the point where I can do that! I will definitely check out Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer. Thanks!

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    1. It’s not hard April but it can be frustrating. I’ve learned not to get upset when my mind keeps going into overdrive when I want it to quieten. I do find however that those few moments of peace are wonderful.

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