“Consciousness is beyond time, consciousness is timelessness.” – Osho
Day 1 Where Does the Time Go?
The best time of my life is now.
So Hum (I am)
Message of the Day
Welcome to our 21-Day Meditation Experience, Making Every Moment Matter. Over these next three weeks, we will explore that state of awareness in which every moment matters. The pressures of our family, jobs, and relationships can make us feel that we don’t have enough time to do the things that are important to us, sometimes leading to a sense of being unfulfilled.
Together we will discover that we don’t get true fulfillment through time management, but rather by living in the here and now. Wisdom traditions tell us that the present moment is outside of clock time; it is the eternal now. This Meditation Experience will show you how to thrive in the world of time when you live from your timeless self. In the following weeks, we will learn how to embrace time as the realm of self-awareness, self-unfolding, and total inner fulfillment.
In today’s meditation, we learn that time is really about fulfillment. Using your time well comes down to how fulfilled you are in the present moment. When we feel content and centered inside, everything we do is more effective, efficient, and satisfying. On our meditation journey together, we will experience and understand that when we manage the time demands of our life from our timeless self, then every moment of life matters.
- Times exists to bring more fulfillment. Write down three things you want to have more time for, such as family, your spiritual practice, or higher education, that you would find fulfilling.
- “Where does the time go?” is a question we all ask. List the three biggest things in your typical day that feel like wasted or lost time, such as chores, errands, or commuting.
- Considering Questions 1 and 2, write down how you could achieve a more fulfilling use of time while decreasing wasted time. For example, you could listen to a guided meditation while waiting at the doctor’s office, go to the grocery store with your partner to get it done faster and spend some alone time together, or cut back on watching television so you have time to spend outdoors or volunteering.
- Reflect further on your experience today.