Simplifying Meditation

Hi there,

Welcome to another edition of Simpler Sundays, a newsletter aimed at giving you a dose of relaxed reading at the end of each week. This is the 14th edition of Simpler Sundays. If you’d like any of your friends or family to subscribe to this newsletter, you can share this link. That said, let’s begin this week’s newsletter.

The first time I heard the term ‘Meditation’, I was in school. I guess I was in the 6th standard at the time. A renowned Guruji had come to our school to interact with all of us. The entire school gathered in a large hall and there at the center of the stage was this man wearing a saffron-colored robe and sitting on the floor.

But wait, let me not tell the whole story here. Let me explain what I mean.

This time, there’s a slightly different format to this newsletter. Instead of talking about a topic and then sharing a link to a blog post from VyasSpeaks, I would ask you to directly visit the blog post.

The reason being the fact that I have talked comprehensively about simplifying meditation in the blog post. Writing a complete article in this email itself would ruin the whole reading experience.

So just tap on the link or image below to head on to my new article. In this article, I talk about how you can make meditation fun.


VyasSpeaks Featured Post

This Is How You Can Make Meditation Fun


The Good Word

As you might know, the ‘Good Word’ is a series showcasing my favorite quotes/phrases from other writers. So, here’s this week’s Good Word.

“Your creative and intellectual life does not require a professional or social utility. Personal enrichment and pleasure can be their own means to an end.”

– John P Weiss


That’s all for this week. I’ll see you next Sunday.

Stay safe and take care.

With love
Shikhil Vyas

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