My brain feels spacious, not closed in

I am fascinated by the human mind. It’s capable of so much and we just take it for granted.

People who know me well know that I have practiced meditation for years and I still find that it’s teaching and showing me new things. I know that it’s going to be hard for me to explain the feelings and thoughts I get when I meditate but I would like to give it a go.

This week I have experienced something I would describe as having the boundaries of my brain removed. It sounds silly I know. It feels as though I’ve had a moment of realization. Our mind’s boundaries only exist because we impose them.

That sounds so convoluted but it’s true. It’s all fine for me to think, experience and tell people about this stuff but understanding it fully is another thing.

I can say “All life’s problems are down to our perception of what’s going on around us” and it makes sense but to understand it is another thing.

Jeez. I dunno. It’s difficult.

When I say “the boundaries of my brain removed” what I mean is my brain feels spacious, not closed in. Like an open field, the sky, the ocean, infinite (just don’t tell the wife).


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