5 REASONS YOU
not why you should or how-to
It can be uncomfortable. You’re used to
going out into the world and observing
everything around you and now you have
to observe everything inside you. It ain’t all
rainbows and butterﬂies if you know what I
You value doing over being. This culture
values doing over being. Business and
money value doing over being. Your mind
values doing over being. Why on Earth
would you spend precious time to just be?
It makes no sense to you.
There isn’t always clear feedback. When
you eat cake, it tastes great. That’s clear
feedback. When you meditate, you’re not
sure whether it’s working or even feels
good. Your mind wants to measure and
analyze, but meditation won’t let you. It
puts its index ﬁnger to your lips and says
It’s a habit, like any other habit. Most
people haven’t thought about how to form
and sustain habits in their lives. There is an
art. There is a science.
It’s so ridiculously easy to sit down with
your eyes close and do nothing that it
somehow loops back around and becomes
really hard. It’s too easy that it’s hard. If
that makes any sense.
• Reason 1: It can be uncomfortable.
• Reason 2: You value doing over being.
• Reason 3: There isn’t always clear
• Reason 4: It’s a habit. You must learn how
to form and sustain habits.
• Reason 5: It’s absurdly easy that it’s hard.
WHAT TO DO?
You’re already half-way there. Being aware
of the barriers is half the battle.
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