When was the last time you felt truly still? I don’t mean just your body standing still, or lying down after a long day. That inner stillness, which sometimes feels like the harder you try to be still, the harder it actually is to find.
I wouldn’t say stillness comes easily to me. When I meditate, my brain is thinking ahead. Planning my day. Working out problems. Day dreaming. So much day dreaming. But one thing I’ve learned is that stillness can’t be found, so much as accepted. It’s not a forced action — like the voices of our parents and teachers saying, “Sit still!” as children. It’s a softening. A welcoming. Letting stillness come to you.
We only have to look to Mother Nature to see this lesson in real-time. She doesn’t go seeking stillness, stillness finds her. And when we immerse ourselves in nature, like standing with our toes at the water’s edge and staring out at Moraine Lake, we learn to accept stillness too.
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