I’m doing things a little differently this time around. I have recorded a new meditation for you to practice called, “I Am Present Everywhere.” It’s roughly ten minutes long. All you need is a quiet space to settle in and listen.
Here’s both an audio and a video version for you:
The idea behind this meditation, according to Deepak Chopra, is for us to become aware of who we really are.
Some of us believe that we are the same person today as we were twenty years ago. We may think we cannot change, but that’s not the case. If it were, would anyone age?
Sure, at one time I was a marketing executive. At another time, I’m a mom, the cook, the dishwasher, a dog walker, and a teacher. All day long our identity shifts to whichever role we play at any given moment. Oftentimes, we don’t even notice that we are shifting our identity at all.
Something happens though when we aren’t aware of the shift. We don’t notice our silent partner and companion - the one inside us all who stays constant - our sense of self, our Being.
That sense of self is not the internal dialog that is constantly narrating our every move and every thought. Instead, our sense of self just exists. It’s silent. It’s our ground state of being with “no additives.”
Rarely do we meet this sense of self. Hopefully, this meditation will serve as your gateway into noticing that You Are Present Everywhere.