As I reflect on my recent 10-Day Silent Meditation retreat and reintegrate into the “noise” of the busy world, I have been contemplating the subject of boundaries—more specifically, the lack of them and the inadequate understanding of what healthy boundaries are.
Being “spiritual” has become an almost painfully clichéd meme in the online marketplace these days (I’ve just wrapped another episode of the Ultra Spiritual Life on YouTube). Is it even something to take seriously anymore? There are more stereotypes than I can track with all the yoga, veganism, meditating, and enlightenment activities available.
Like renovating or remodeling an old house, your relationship with your health and wellbeing never ends—one thing gets fixed, and then another area of the house needs attention. When you first embark on the Zenshin journey of restoring your health, cultivating deeper awareness, and becoming the expert of you, you will inevitably realize that the process is like peeling an onion. Layer after layer, the journey never ends.