The all natural, FREE, magic pill that transforms your life experience is available to everyone everywhere always. Get in the best shape of your life, for life!
Sounds like a pretty big advertisement, right?
We could change the words a little, maybe magic “pill” could be “tonic,” “elixir,” “shot,” “drug,” “prescription,” it really doesn’t matter what you call it, it’s all semantics anyway.
The significant fact is that the magic is real!
There is a magic formula that transforms your life experience and it is universally available, as it has been from the beginning of time.
What I find ironic is that the oldest known practices of well-being are referred to as “new-age” or “alternative.”
Why do we think of modern medicine or religion as “traditional” with some sense of reverent allegiance and ignore or, even worse, demonize centuries old practices?
Oops, sorry for the digression, that’s another sidebar 🙂
So, back to the magic pill — the formula is meditation — Surprise, Surprise!
Ancient civilizations practiced meditation regularly because they knew of its many benefits. Somehow, somewhere, sometime, meditation was considered to be the occupation of monks, mystics, or someone other than ordinary worker bees. And so the practice of meditation was sidelined.
Modern science is circling back now to discover the truth about this magic pill, to discern if it is theoretical or practical.
Well, it turns out, science is proving that it is not just theoretical, but is in fact practical and not just for devotees, monks, mystics, etc., but for everyone with a brain.
You’ve got one, right, a brain that is?
How about it then, want to get the most value from it and best of all, for free?
MEDITATE, just do it, you may not instantly become Einstein, or Merlin, or Buddha, but you can be the best you ever, and that’s the most important thing.
Like the Army says, be all you can be.
And another thing that may surprise you, meditation is one thing that all the greatest, most successful among us — men and women — do regularly. Think about that for a moment.
A quote from Arthur Fletcher keeps circling my brain, but when I hear it in my mind, it’s awkwardly stated, so I rearrange it like so …
A mind is a terrible thing to waste~ Arthur Fletcher, Former Head of United Negro College Fund
It is a terrible thing to waste a mind~ Lavrieta