The word 'meditation' can be daunting to some, and others may dismiss it as meaningless and related to 'pseudoscience'.
There are many beliefs and practices cultivated by Eastern traditions and schools of thought for millenia, that Westerners fail to acknowledge or even have the slightest idea of.
Meditation is one of them.
As this blog's aim is to spread various perspectives and opinions to expand one's own model, this update centers around an aspect that is incredibly integral to many people who are concerned with expanding their own consciousness.
So much so, that they can not not fathom a single day without practicing it.
I admittedly struggle with the daily application of meditation, but still feel the positive benefits of it when I do take the time.
Although the image of meditation conjures up scenes of a monk sitting in silence or chanting 'ohm' for hours upon end, this practice has no limitations and restrictions.
Try thinking about it as 'me' time, or a time when you can relieve stress and find peace. What is important is finding a method that works for you.
I have reposted an entry by American Kabuki that I feel is especially important. He requests his readers for feedback, and they do an excellent job answering.
I wish you the best in your endeavors. Patience is pretty crucial.