Day 145: Meditation Movements

by Sarah Devika Sumnauth


So getting deeper into my business plan research I’m finding that there are a TON of resources out there. One of the reasons that I love the internet so much is that it makes it incredibly easy to find what you are looking for and there is no limit to what you can learn. That being said, you do have to wade through a lot of information before you get to the gems. Which is why, when I get a referral to check something out, I always do. Just recently I got a referral to check out an article, an artist, a graphic design website and even an online resource for writing business plans. Each one of these has gifted me with something that I had previously not known and a new jump off point for me to move from.

I’ve also started on the 21 day Deepak Chopra Meditation Challenge. It’s truthfully not a challenge however because it’s now, and has easily become a part of my routine. Every morning, upon awaking, I just press play and melt into bliss. It makes sense therefore that it somehow is melding perfectly with my everyday life in some way. Maybe it’s perfectly in sync with me or vice versa, I don’t know. Perhaps it’s informing how I think, which is the most likely case, but whatever is happening, I’m really enjoying it. If you get a chance to, look it up here https://www.chopracentermeditation.com/Bestsellers/LandingPage.aspx?BookId=172 or just download the free app for apple products. The first 3 meditations are free.

One of the most powerful things that I heard today in the guided meditation was that we are all creators, yes, but more importantly that “every seed is the fulfillment of its manifestation.”

Uh, dope…!

I love that line, because when you think about it, dig down deep into it, it just speaks to how we’re all just the manifestation of all the work that’s come before. I am the living embodiment of every action that has taken place prior to this moment. When the seed is produced, it is because the plant that brought it forward weathered storms and droughts, hot and cold to create it. I feel like that plant and that seed all at once. Somehow I know that eventually there will be this wonderful business plan sitting in front of me, the fruit of my labour, which will go forward as the seed of my next labour, the impetus for grant proposal writing and so on and so forth.

It’s a wonderful cycle to be a part of just as long as I stay present to everything that takes place. That’s why I think I’m falling more and more in love with this meditation challenge. It brings me to a place of higher consciousness and what my friends could be better than that?