The Power to Withdraw
A tortoise carries its shell with it. It retreats into his shell when it is time to rest or to escape from danger.
When I reflect, contemplate and spend time introspectively, I withdraw in a proactive way. I withdraw with an intention to build inner peace and silence. Through meditation, we step inside and connect with I the Soul and The Divine. The Divine is the Ocean of Peace. When I meditate I connect to that Ocean of Peace and that peace will transfer to I, the Soul. I become more and more peaceful, calm, content and stable.
Meditation allows me to step inwards intentionally, to carve out time for inner peace and silence. I build an inner strength of peace. I build a fortress, a shell of the tortoise that I can step into anytime to make myself peace, calm, silent and whole.
Withdrawing doesn’t mean escaping from the world. It simply means reconnecting with my inner peace, with silence and drawing the power from and filling myself “the Soul” with that strength.
The power to withdraw is the power to choose to come inside and meditate in the midst of a busy day. For a few seconds, I withdraw to return refreshed and charged.
I attach a meditation you may wish to try, it is called Stepping Inwards by Anthony Strano. It is a lovely meditation and I hope you try it out. I think the meditation is very useful, may be to do at the end of the day, or when you are feeling a bit fraught.
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This post like 90% of my post are inspired by the teaching of Raja Yoga Meditation, taught by the Brahma Kumari (see my About and Meditation pages to find out more). The Power to Withdraw is one of eight powers taught, that I will slowly introduce in my way. The word powers expresses, that through meditation and positive habit making, we instil within us an innate power; or one could say we reinstate our original conscience, our innate ability to sense what is right, and our original nature to make the right call that is influenced only by Peace, Love, Purity, Wisdom and Joy (that is, nothing negative).
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