Monday evenings, I teach a meditation class on Zoom for my local yoga studio. It’s 30 minutes and designed to help my students fall asleep, or at least drift into a space where rest come easier.
Tonight’s meditation was woven around a thought I’ve been contemplating since my Yoga Nidra training two weeks ago–this idea of the universe being one, but all of us a part of that one and a collective at the same time.
My main thought is this: when we go out into a balmy summer night and lie on a blanket under an inky dark sky full of shimmery stars, are we really looking at something outside ourselves or seeing a vision of something inside ourselves? And do the stars look at our tiny human bodies on the planet in the same way we see them in the sky?
Only you can answer. I’m interested in your take.