Neale Donald Walsch


Stopping Meditation / When Everything Changes, Change Everything: In a Time of Turmoil, a Pathway to Peace Neale Donald Walsch.

Decide that six times today and everyday you will stop whatever you are doing for ten seconds and look closely and intently at one of its component pieces.

Say you are washing dishes. Stop what you are doing for ten seconds – just stop in the middle of it – and peer deeply inside one aspect of what you are doing. See if you can count the drops of water on the dish in your hand. Just count the water drops. I know it is an impossible task, but undertake to do it anyway, just for ten seconds.

Consider the wonder of the water. Look deeply into it. Peer inside. Go inside, in your consciousness. See what you experience there, see what you find. Just stop for a tiny moment and appreciate that moment in a single way.

Okay, now the ten seconds are up. Now pull yourself out of that highly focused reality and back into the larger space of your experience. Don’t get lost in it. Blink your eyes rapidly, or snap your finger, and literally snap out of it. Then, notice what you experienced for that brief moment.

Now go on with what you were doing. Yet don’t’ be surprised if it takes on a whole new quality.

Excerpt from When Everything Changes, Change Everything: In a Time of Turmoil, a Pathway to Peace

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