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DAILY SCHEDULE

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Morning Meditation

USE ONLY 'OM POWER'

(10 minutes)

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Daytime Game

'REALITY CHECK'

(See below for instructions)

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Evening Meditation

USE ALL 10 CALM THOUGHTS

(15 minutes)


CALM THOUGHT

OM POWER

(Focus Point: Base of the Spine)

Meaning: You are much more powerful than you may think. Living within you now exists the same power that moves the oceans, grows the forests and transports the planets. It is the driving force that gives birth to everything in creation.

Purpose: Identifying too strongly with your mind by believing all of its opinions about your capabilities, how confident you are and how impactful you can be, often leads to feelings of powerlessness or actions driven by ego-based ruthlessness. Depending on your beliefs, on one end of the power spectrum, you can end up timid, scared of engaging life fully, hide away and never live the purpose for which you were born. At the other end of the power spectrum, you can end up headstrong, driven by fear (although you wouldn’t want to admit it!), end up forcing your will and pursue your best interests without concern for the impact on others or the world. Somewhere in between these two points is a balanced power, based in love and the joy of exploration through creation.

Focus Point: Using OM POWER with your focus point at the ‘Base of your Spine’, can help you to find the inner source of all power and then use it wisely for the bene t of yourself, all of humanity and the world you live in.


CALM GAME

NOTICING NOW SPACE

See the context of still silent space. 

Background: All of the stuff, sound and movement of your day-to-day life exists within the context of a constant presence of still silent space. Becoming aware of the context helps you to be present and peaceful because you feel what you focus on and when you notice the now space, you naturally become consciously aware. 

Quick-start instructions:

1) Notice your left shoulder. 

2) Notice your right foot. 

3) Notice the space between you and an object ahead of you.

4) Notice the space around the object ahead of you.

5) Notice the space in the entire room (or area) you are located.

What is your inner experience like as you continue to notice the space?

When using this game during the day, you can just use either of steps 3-5 only. The key is to engage noticing the now space as it makes you more consciously aware and helps cultivate the habit.


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