The richness of an interlude is apparent through meditation. Is meditating not an interlude in and of itself? As we meditate we detach from outer activity – from rushing to and fro, from responding to life’s daily demands, from planning, from reminiscing, from tasking. Meditation offers an opportunity to go within, to observe and explore inner activity.
As we learn to still the body, emotions, and mind, we become at once receptive and generative; receiving all that the present moment has to offer and generating equanimity, balance, and peace. Establishing ‘peaceful abiding’ has been our goal thus far. It lays the foundation for access to the Higher Mind which includes aspects of creativity, intuition, insight, revelation, and illumination.
On this Interlude meditation we practice peaceful abiding and enjoy the fruits of our labor. Happy meditating!