Guru’s seem to love talking about the power of meditation.
But is it really the act of sitting idly, fighting to control the primal urge to do anything but?
Or is the ability to control and direct one’s thoughts?
Or is it the simple ability to do it every day, consistently, that yields power over time?
At some level, it must also be the ability to self-reflect, to learn from one’s actions, to control and direct our lives.
So perhaps, beyond the act of meditation, the real lesson is to constantly self reflect. When we look deep within ourselves, we find answers to what lies on the surface.