Morning Reflectionsitting meditating, walking, eating or doing a chore.


It is possible to spend this time sleeping, or fantasing about what you will do when the retreat ends.

Another use for this time is to reflect on your experiences during the retreat so far.


This does not need to be an intellectual attack on your experiences - they do not have to be rationalised or analysed incessantly. Though this can be some people's natural inclination.


The experiences can merely be reviewed with an open, inquisitive mind: 'How did that feel and what happened next?"


Try not to look for things. Merely look and see what things are there to be seen.


This can be a powerful way to get the most from your time on retreat.


A better way is to remain mindful of the present moment at all times.


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