Saturday, May 26, 2012

Thriving in the Right-for-Us Location

Three years ago, i transplanted saruma to a different location, under the eaves of the house on the north side. In that complete and total shade, it has multiplied into a couple of dozen babies.

Meanwhile, i seem to have lost the "mother plant" in the original location.

In order to bloom, we have to be in the right-for-us location. No one else, or almost no one else, may be there. Many, many other plants would languish under the eaves on the north side, but saruma thrives. I thrive in a situation with just a few social contacts. My meditation practice thrives when i have less "to-do" in my life.

Where do you thrive? Where and when does your meditation practice thrive?

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