Meditations sound so godawful serious. Is there a way to add some humor? Is there a way to just lighten the eff up and get across to my audience the joy that is available in a healthy meditation?
I’ve been listeningto and editing these audios and I am appalled at how serious they sound. I am aghast to hear myself telling someone what to think and that they better relax and then hey, just relax some more. Because I said so, ya’ know. Come on, where’s the sweetness and the gracious self I know that I am in here? Oh yeah, do as I say. Take my word on this, I do it too.
I love this meditation stuff. I find my emotions and my mind in the craziest, clearest moments ice skating , pirouetting, and leaping into the arms of Creation. And Creation caught me, without hesitation. But how do I assist anyone into these same miraculous moments – or their own rousing, exhilarating moments? How do I compel anyone to live these moments in meditation and then take them along for the rest of the day? It makes for a great day, I got to tell you. I don’t ice skate every time I meditate. That was just an exceptionally good time. For godsake, I haven’t ice skated on actual ice in a lifetime.
I don’t think I am here to extoll the benefits of meditation. I think I am here to offer a brief guided moment to help along the way. And I want to make this fun. I want to grow this site to the place where meditations, through these audios, are as entertaining as they are relaxing. I want these audios to convey the openness and expansion or our own intentions (of course), and include fun, frivolous side moments, a lack of reality and an abundance of humor. These are fun; these meditations are fun.
As I have been editing my last couple audios I have come to a somber conclusion, that they are nice. Yikes, how boring. I want more. I want fun. I want to be drawn to my own site every week for an update of humor, lightness of being , alignment in heart, pure entertainment and an opening of thought for outrageous visions. I don’t think that is too much to ask. This is my next project. Back to the drawing board…pull out the stitching…turn this horse around. And for gawdsake, get that rusty bucket outta my well. Let’s get to work.