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Daily Meditations

Hay House Daily Meditations

by Hay House

Find serenity, inner peace and transformational healing through daily meditations by Hay House authors.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 | Today

Developing a disciplined sitting practice is a matter of commitment and patience. For many practitioners, it is not easy, even for those who have been sitting for a while. Usually it is easier to sit for a longer amount of time in the company of others than to sit alone. Peer pressure can be a good thing. By sitting with others, even once a week, we reinspire our practice, while in sitting alone we learn self-reliance. Whatever technique you are using, remember that the spirit of practice is more important than the technique. Finding a way to enjoy just sitting is key. Sitting meditation is a refuge, not a test.

- Joan Duncan Oliver

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