All the parts of our child within” is a crucial ingredient. In the need to “Make Me One with my child within
“All the parts of our child within” is a crucial ingredient. In the need to “Make Me One with my child within,” is what we calls “ co-meditation” — not trying to find a quiet “moment of meditation” apart from the messy, noisy world of work, family and children, but inviting all of the noise into our meditation. That is indeed unorthodox part of our meditation but remember we are contacting our early child in a contemporary context of the adult we have become. What the resurrected child requires features playtime — not quieting down and following the breath. Indeed, many of the child withins unusual meditation practices — sky-gazing, gardening, meditation for playtime, and wild expressionism for the child's withins emotional output to re-manifest into our lives, and experience a liberation we have never felt unconstrained and free of the parental voices.