I practice Buddhist meditation.
I’ve done that in the past 15 years.
When you travel a lot, that’s a good habit to have.
I don’t want to go crazy.
So I meditate.
That’s the best way to keep my mind on the right track.
Meditation is simple, and it’s dirt cheap.
You don’t need a lot of expensive devices to do it.
All you need is your mind.
I do have a mind, the poor thing is bombarded by Ads and information and shit.
Meditation cuts through all that junk, it gives me a safe ground to start with, everyday. And it combines well with a homeless lifestyle.
If you travel, meditations makes you happy with less. A pillow to sit on, a watch to monitor your session, that’s it.
Entertainment becomes less important.
Isn’t it nice to know that you won’t get bored, even when there’s nothing much around you?
You just get your butt on the pillow, and meditate.
Then, with a lighter mind, you can visit the world. With less expectations, and more curiosity.
That’s also a nice tool to fix your heart if it’s been damaged by someone, or by your own inner civil war.
They even say that if you practice it a lot you realize the essence of your own mind. I’m far from that level of accomplishment personally, but I feel the investment in time has been well beyond my wildest expectations.
If you haven’t tried, I think you should. it’s probably one of the best favors you can do to yourself.
That’s all I’ll tell you about meditation today, I’m not going to advertise some more.
I’m not going to tell you how to do it, either. None the less, if you’re interested in learning about it, you might want to try here, here, or here.
There are other places, of course, but beware of spiritual scams.
BTW: I’ve arrived in the US since a while, will tell you more about it very soon.
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