The question that is so important and the answer that is not. — 6 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your real and meaningful experience, I try to learn from such insights. The other day I watched the floaters in my eyes and listened to my tinnitus! I’m not kidding, I thought, they’re mine and quite interesting. Just being in a moment can take up so much time and sadly, this doesn’t match other people’s schedules, it gets lost so quickly. Thank you for reminding me, I’m going to watch my frog.
    Helen x

    • And I am experiencing a big smile as I read this, Helen, it’s a great effect of connecting with you. Even your tinnitus is your lived experience. We are in bodies on this plane, experiencing life and one experience is not ‘higher’ than another. There’s a story about a monk who tells his teacher about the visions he had during his meditation, ‘don’t worry about it, keep meditating’ his teacher responds. We are not always going to be having beautiful, spiritual experiences, they are temporary and impermanent. Each moment, whether mind glowingly fantastic or lonely and boring is an alive moment. Lovely to share those thoughts with you. Miriam x

  2. My work in Ireland gave me the insight to value most, the “lived experience”. You have taught me so much. Thank you.

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