Embracing the Sacred Power of Presence
Hello, Spiritual Warrior!
The Sacred Power of Presence
What is practicing presence look like? Does it look like someone sitting in meditation, breathing deeply while holding their hands in Gyan Mudra?
Or is presence something more – something that we can do no matter where we are, and no matter what is going on around us?
While I am often thought of as a meditation teacher, I consider myself more of a teacher that helps you create pattern Interrupts in your life – conditioned behaviors that we stop and suddenly take a ‘time in’.
Taking a break, taking a breath – these are ways that we can create a pattern interrupt.
In the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2 Verse 48 is Yogastha Kuru
Karmani, which means ‘get still, and then perform action’.
Presence doesn’t need to be something that is done in meditation – presence itself is meditation that we can use, if only for a moment, in order to get still and then move forward with whatever is facing us at any given moment of time.
Give yourself the gift of a pattern interrupt the next time you find yourself far outside of the present moment. When you get back to presence, you will realize you have entered back into the realm of infinite possibilities. Peaches and I will meet you there!
Namaste – davidji & Peaches the Buddha Princess
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Namaste. -davidji & Peaches the Buddha Princess