Entering the world of “Slow Time” can take on a different rhythm for me from day to day. A constant in my slowing down routine is a daily meditation practice. Some days this practice feels like an elegant melody and some days, I may sit in meditation while systematically going over a mental “to do” list. Some days, my “Slow Time” might consist of a mid-day or early morning meandering walk, an online search for some obscure and interesting piece of information, writing poetry or reading an article that seemingly has nothing directly to do with the real task at hand. Surprisingly, when I intentionally enter the world of “Slow Time,” something counter intuitive results from this process. I become more creative, energetic, patient and a much nicer person to be around. Ironically, my intentional immersion into the world of “Slow Time” serves to facilitate moving into the world of “Fast Time” and warp-speed results.
How could you enter the world of “Slow Time?”