I wanted to share this little story with you…
A young lady went into the woods to gather berries but lost her way.
For days she wandered in the forest, disorientated and confused, desperately trying to find her way out.
After some time, she saw another person approaching in the distance.
At last, she thought to herself, “A person who knows how to get out of this forest.”
When they met, she asked, “My friend, can you tell me the way out? I’ve been lost for days.”
They answered, “I do not know the way out either. I, too, have been wandering about these woods for days. Let us journey on together. Perhaps, side by side, we can figure a way out.”
I like this story because it illustrates the beauty in relationships.
That when two people decide to journey together they support each other and learn the lessons of love along the way.
But it only works well if you’re both going in the same direction.
And that can be challenging when life gets busy and stress rears its ugly head.
Sometimes you can end up lost and separated in the forest again.
But, by taking a few minutes to meditate with your partner, you can create an entirely new peaceful world together…
Share more meaningful conversations and strengthen your intimacy.
Couples meditation is a way to put aside your distractions, so you can focus on what matters most … each other.
It may seem strange at first to meditate with someone else.
But that will soon pass as you align your emotional and energetic states.
Choose a nice quiet place where you won’t be interrupted. Psst … don’t forget to turn off your phones. 😉
This will allow you to generate a sense of deep intimacy and connection through eye contact and holding hands.
Just let the giggles pass. 🙂
As you meditate, you might notice your breathing will align. This happens naturally as your bodies and minds attune to one another.
After your session, take a moment to talk about your experience.
This will strengthen your bond and remind you that you’re on a journey together.
I’m really excited for you to try this with your partner or close friend.
The practice can help two people come into resonance where there is less fighting and more loving.
And if you’d like to explore this topic a little more, have a watch of this short video.