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A Busy Week

Wow, that was a really busy week. I'm not used to being busy at all - back in the day I had all the free time I could possibly imagine. Maybe it's about time to revisit polyphasic sleep? Here are some things that made me busy :

Work, of course. I've been waiting for weeks for a company to send us a new computer for our data center that lets me do fancy things. Last week it seemed like every day was going to be the day that it would be ready, so I would just wait all day for it to be set up. Then there would be some problem, and the process would repeat itself the next day. Finally this week it got all set up, so now I have more to do than I have time for. Yes! I love having things to do. It just so happens that this particular task is really fun too.

My car broke AGAIN. I have a 1994 S600, which is known to be one of the hardest (read : most expensive) cars to maintain. The reason is that it's a V12. Since it's basically two V6 engines stuck together, it also has two of a lot of components. Twice as many things to be broken. It also has a hydraulic suspension, which is what broke on mine. Of course this time I didn't take the car to the dealership.

What have I learned from meditation?

On Brian Hermelijn - Personal Development.

First off, let me give a brief overview on what meditation is. Meditation is simply the act of non-doing. Just by sitting still and be in the now is already a form of meditation. Even listening to music is another form of meditation.

How I got started into meditation?

All of this started back in 2011. I kept asking myself whether there are other means to relax one’s mind and spirit, without using any toxicity for our body. And sure enough I went and do my research, and found out about meditation. I have been practicing meditation ever since.

Here is a list of things I have learned from meditation:

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