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Is Meditation Important?

Excerpt: “How To Speak Unity” -Temple Hayes-

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Meditation is essential to students of spirituality. To be still and know is one of our greatest assets in everyday life. Whether experiencing meditation while sitting with soft music, or walking in meditation near water or at the beach, we are connecting to nature and to ourselves in these moments.

Meditation further develops our ability to see inwardly and to remain peaceful inside regardless of outside circumstances. We draw from the wisdom that nothing can really happen to us, unless we allow it to happen through us.

Meditation is an amazing practice which clears the way for the “divine knowing”within all people. It creates a sacred space somewhere between what has happened and what is happening, allowing faith to reassure the spirit within. All is well, sings my soul.

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