Seeking is endless. It never comes to a state of rest; it never ceases.
The typical image of a depressed, lazy and tired person is someone hunched over and inert. Often, the assumption is that if one had more enthusiasm and inspiration, he would then stand up straight and move. In many cases, this equation is backward. But, as with everything related to one’s physicality, balance is the key. An overly erect and rigid posture may convey confidence and power to some, but it also causes a subtle accumulation of tension and rigidity on various levels, including psychological and emotional.
Thoughts don’t become things; thoughts ARE things.
Meditation may be done in silence & stillness, by using voice & sound, or by engaging the body in movement. All forms emphasize the training of attention.
The subjective experience of intense pain (“That’s all I can take
Nothing needs to be done, and things get done.
The transitory and random quality of emotions (“Well, that’s just the way I feel about it
In terms of achieving what I call “being in the right place at the right time,
There is no illness that is not exacerbated by stress.
In my experience, most people are actually seeking recovery from the monotony and anxiety of qualitative repetition. This applies to body, emotions and mind. And that monotony and anxiety involves inertia just as much as over-use, meaning inertia in some areas and over-use in others.