BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF CREATIVE MEDITATION
During the Z Meditation Retreats, there is a creative meditation session every day. In this session, students are given meditative subjects that they need to contemplate on and then draw or paint. They become such childlike innocent beauties in this session. Here are a few of their masterpieces for your meditation.
"I have come to understand me, accept me and dare I say, love me—something I have struggled with for many years… After six years in profession, I was beginning to burn out. I was feeling that I was worthless and unlovable. I now realize that I have to look within myself, that is who needs to care for me. I realize the necessity to let go of the attachments so that I can truly love others, without conditions, expectations and fear…."
"The reason I came here and joined the course was I was searching for a tool. And you gave me a tool and even more, you showed me how to use it. It is a lot of work and I am very happy that I got the shovel to make the work more effective. It is the nicest present you have given me, though it is not my birthday. Thank you."
"I have learnt so much about myself. I feel as though I am being healed. I feel a lot more grounded as the understanding is much clearer. I cannot wait to put the technique into practice. I feel so lucky and grateful to be surrounded by so beautiful people while learning such a powerful technique. Thank you for giving me the tools to live my life in harmony. I know that the seas ahead may be rough at times, but I shall sail ahead resting the temptation to drift or be at anchor. Thank you."
"A very powerful and unique experience. I have learnt a lot about myself and finally through your guidance, I had the opportunity to bring back into life something that I always knew, but refused to acknowledge. Love and peace have always existed in me, but unfortunately, I always pushed them aside and forgot how happy and complete they can make me. I have finally managed to experience meditation and its amazing power."
"I learnt that I was dreaming—so I have to wake up! I have to start living in the present, the here and now, to be aware of awareness. Slowly I learned how much joy I can get from a quiet mind, from a peaceful state of full awareness."