This is a simple meditation you can practice using “I Am” affirmation. It involves no intense visualization, no chanting or singing of Sanskrit words, and above all, no need to hibernate in the Himalayan cave. Yes, you can do this meditation anywhere and anytime. You don’t even have to call it meditation. Probably, “mindfulness” would suffice if you need to label it. Or better yet, Self-Awareness.
My friend, Ricky, always thinks ahead of time. He loves to prophesy a possible scenario in the near future, not with astrology nor crystal ball but rather with his negative leaning mind. Sadly, his future visions, mostly tethered on negative thoughts, have been manifesting nothing but one of the roots of mental illness — Worry.
I searched my name this morning to find out what information Google has divulged so far about me. Much to my surprise, I found this old poem I wrote almost a decade ago. I had to post it here before it will be lost forever in the bottomless pit of Cyberspace.