Repossible | Meditate
When you’re ready to take your success to the next level.
“You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour.”— Dr. Sukhraj Dhillon
I do my best to live a life without regrets. Not too many, “Oh, I wish I had only…” But I do have a big one.
I wish I had started earlier with meditation.
I don’t say this lightly as not only do I try to not carry regrets but when I do have them, I’m not happy about them.
I can hear the meditating elite saying to me:
“Just meditate to relieve yourself of those regrets.”— Some guru in Nepal
The thing is, they’d be right.
The thing is, I don’t have a more powerful book in the Repossible Series than Meditate.
I’m going to get in big trouble for saying this because I’m already catching myself saying it for a few of the books but I can’t not say it here.
“If there’s one book that’s the most powerful, the one you can’t let slip by, that single book you’d shove into the hands of both your dearest friend as well as your fiercest enemy, it’s Meditate.”— Ideally some lovely reviewer
I couldn’t have written this book in 2012 when I started writing, when I turned my life around (and my life turned around on me, when I started to Create.
Probably, no, almost certainly, had I known about the power of meditation previously, I wouldn’t have had to suffer through not becoming the person I wanted to become.
Who knows, had I found meditation earlier, this book wouldn’t be in your hands because I probably wouldn’t have had this escapade, this treacherous path, my years-long journey through the slog and pain of getting to where I am today.
Maybe meditation only works–or works best–if there’s something to heal, to fix, to, well, meditate on. Maybe if your life is perfect and you don’t need any help or guidance or anything or anyone, maybe meditation is just like watching a movie: kinda fun just without the popcorn.
I don’t know. That didn’t happen to me.
I slogged through the years of fighting with myself. I battled, cried, pouted, screamed, cried, and fought my way to get where I am today.
Then I found meditation.
I can’t emphasize this one enough. If I had to give up all books and have only one, just one thing or “skill” or talent or idea I could continue on with, it would be Meditate (or Create).
But Meditate elevates Creation.
Now I’m getting ahead of myself.
I can’t describe it. Yet I have to write a book about it.
Maybe I need to Create in order to figure out what Meditate means to me.
Please, if not for your own sake, then for mine, for those around you, for those younger than you who will grow up in your wake, who will feel the frequency of your being, take Meditate with you and give it a chance.
- Possible: pretend
- Impossible: reject
- Repossible: meditate