When you practice making the shift from doing and thinking to BEING (living in the moment) you discover how to align yourself with a deeper current of meaning and belonging.
You may get in touch with personal feelings and aspirations that have long remained hidden from your conscious awareness.
Or you may connect with a more universal source of purpose and direction, what some people call the higher self or inner guidance.
As your meditation gradually opens you to the subtlety and richness of each fleeting (and irreplaceable) moment, you may naturally begin to see through the veil of appearances.
See the sacred reality at the heart of all things, and you eventually may come to realize that the very same sacred reality is actually who you are in your own heart of hearts.
This deep insight – what the sages and masters call “waking up from the illusion of separation” – cuts through and ultimately eliminates loneliness and alienation.
It opens you to the beauty of humanity.