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A Most Beneficial Use of Time is Silent Meditation while searching for guidance from within.

We all experience rare moments when blinding revelation comes to us, when we suddenly see things differently than ever before. Usually, however, we learn the truth about ourselves gradually, over long periods of time, from quiet introspection. We are all spiritual, but some of us have learned to tap more effectively into the great strength that resides in the spiritual portion of ourselves.
The spirit is not boisterous and noisy. Getting in touch with your spiritual self demands tranquility and solitude. Make sure you dedicate a portion of everyday to thought and study, to think and reflect upon your life. Choose a time and place that best allow you to relax your mind and devote your thoughts to reflection.

Napoleon Hill’s Positive Action Plan: 365 Meditations For Making Each Day a Success


I will be away for a meditation retreats on 3 July together with a good friend.

For 7 days, we will be living in a secluded monastery in Malaysia. The water supply is from the hill top (by which we will be travelling up to see the water supply), food is provided by villagers and lay people.

One meal a day.

Wake up at 4 plus am everyday.

Lights off at 9pm.

and other set of rules to follow.

I will bring along my digital camera to capture the quiet solitude of the forest.  🙂