The Gaze of Your Attention
Turn toward that which serves your highest purpose by using the reins of discrimination to withdraw attention from that which is not useful.
~Yogacharya Ellen Grace O'Brian
First our meditation practice makes us aware of the changing gaze of our attention. Then over time we use the technique of concentration to focus our attention and gain proficiency in controlling it. As our meditation deepens, we come to recognize and trust our intuition and ability to discriminate and take actions that can lead to useful outcomes. Over time we come to understand our individual purpose - our unique contribution we bring to life. Meditation makes all of this possible and can bring an effortless grace to daily life.