Living a ‘blissed’ life
I have been meditating with MC’s meditation technology for many years now. The way I experience life today is so radically different to how I experienced it before embarking on the meditative journey. So much clearing has occurred and made room for inner freedom. It has not been an easy journey but having said that, had I not been meditating my life would probably have been a lot worse. I can truly say that most of the time I am now living a ‘blissed’ life whereby whenever I am alone and not engaged by my thinking mind, I am overcome with bliss, like being showered by mellifluous love. I do not need anyone, I do no need anything beyond the bare necessities of food, shelter, safety and some connection to others. Anyone or anything which comes my way is a bonus to be enjoyed for what it is, for what they are. There is no longer a need to grasp onto anything for fear of loosing it as the sweetness is now found in the delightful dance of the ebb and flow of what comes and goes. What I used to think of as the background of existence, this un-graspable ‘thing’ has made itself known to be the stuff life is made of, That which seemed like emptiness is now perceived as full of possibilities, point zero from which anything can and does spring. In my early days of blissing out, I used to think of it as an experience, as some ideal to coax into my life, cultivate, invite and ‘produce’. Then my mind got bored with it, became contemptuous of that which had become familiar and habitual. Bliss was no longer a big deal. Then bliss did not come by as much for a while. And that was no big deal either. Now it seem to be present whenever my mind is not engaged.
I do have one wish though. I wish other people could feel what I feel instantly. When people ask me what I am so happy about, all I can say is that I am happy about nothing, no-thing at all. It is hard for them to understand this, the mind cannot grasp it. They think I must be taking drugs or have met a new handsome lover. I try to tell them that this comes about because I meditate. Sometimes I find myself excusing myself to others for being so inexplicably happy while they are feeling so miserable. I can no longer buy into people’s stories, no more that I can buy into my own. I am not avoiding life, life still happens, doing what it does. But bliss is at the forefront of everything, colouring everything and everyone. I am so blessed to be living this life full of bliss. I am eternally grateful to MC for making the technology of bliss available. Amen.