In Laughter meditation we practice getting in tune. Getting aligned, harmonized with something bigger than ego. This is the key to reaching our goals, EVEN IF we don’t know what our specific goal is, or even if we can’t define it.
How does this happen? Doesn’t this seem counter-intuitive to everything we’ve heard, read, been taught and believed? Yes, yes and yes!
But this is great news. It means that our ONLY task is to stay on an authentic course. We do this by NOT being in our mind, in our ego.
Visualization, goal-setting and other “success” methods depend on our ego. It is the ego that defines those goals, that creates that visual, and that directs our actions.
In silence, we learn another way.
A less stressful way.
A more effective way.
Our visualizations may create anxiety in us. Especially if we don’t feel capable.
With laughter Meditation, we don’t need to feel capable. We just have to do the practice.
Our goal setting requires us to leap our minds into the future. This takes us out of our knowledge base. And this creates distance from the solutions that stem from living in the now.
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