Consciousness of Reality brings about a tremendous sense of peace, that in turn allows us to focus on and go about our lives and work in a calm and collected manner. This in turn will contribute to our success in whatever we do.
To cultivate our Consciousness of Reality, we should take some time out each day to meditate, and some time to reflect too. This may appear to be “doing nothing” to those around us, or just chanting if we practice the recitation of mantras as an aid to meditation. However, this is not so; meditation is part of self-care and the process of self-realisation, and is understood by many people around the world to be as essential a part of daily routines as eating and sleeping.
There are different approaches to meditation, often influenced by various religious and spiritual traditions, though one doesn’t necessarily need to be religious to mediate. Whichever approach one takes, meditation is a recommended part of daily life which will surely bring many benefits to anyone who commits to it.