Written by Rowena Paton

Unconditional acceptance and an open mentality, - is existing in a true and natural sense. Acceptance is actualisation into your environment. You are like a tree, which accepts its environment, and enters the certainty of existence. Just as the branches of a tree extend into their own spatial destiny, so do you. Allow yourself to extend freely into the future, but also acknowledge the roots, which bind you to the earth. Your roots are your sacred past, and the Earth – the primal, grounding source from which you have come. Accept the limitations of being human. Value and accept vulnerability, as you are just a part of the natural world which is both fragile & invincible at the same time.

~ A flower does not grow passively, a storm is not an occurrence of moderation, you are an equal part of the world, live passionately and intensely as if every moment were your last.Accept that you as an entity, is never a known or a definable commodity. Every moment that you are alive, you are growing and changing.

Allow pain and suffering to mold you to be unique and strong. Also allow moment and things of beauty to enhance, stimulate and feed the precious wonder that is you...( Part 2 Coming Soon)

Stream of Consciousness – Unedited Freestyle Manifesto


Realise that freedom is self- empowerment. Engage and interact with the universe. There are predetermined, inevitable processes and cycles of existence. Do not try to understand or control them. Control is not power - it restriction and limitation. By attempting to stop a process, you create disharmony.


The pretense of understanding and knowledge are limitations. They are a farce. There is however, insight, wisdom and awareness. Appreciate every being you that you encounter in the world, and learn and grow from each of them. Eliminate falseness and conformity from your life. Realize the empowerment and the promise of the growth of insecurity* LIVE*

Keeping your mind in a constant state of flux is like keeping the motor on your car running all night long. You and the car will eventually run out of gas. Quieting your mind needs a top five placement on your “to-do” list.

Since we are so well aware of the needs of others, from our employers to our families, it is easy to overlook ourselves. Therefore, keep the notion that it is necessary to quiet your mind in the forefront of your mind. In this way, you will be able to go forth and do more.

Block aside a time and place for yourself that enables you to think of nothing, do nothing, and clear your mind. If you have to leave the house, then do so. Let everyone know that you are unreachable.

Sit quietly in your car if you have to, take some cleansing breaths, and think of absolutely nothing. You will see how even recharging for a few minutes during lunch each day will make a difference. Imagine then how productive the art and practice of meditation can be, in many ways.

Health Benefits

Studies are beginning to show through trials how meditation is having a positive impact on an individual’s health. It seems as though training your mind could have a direct impact on improving the health of your body.

A Healthy heart – Studies are beginning to show that meditation could possibly be one of many contributing ways to lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Of course, any way to lower cholesterol and blood pressure is a way to a healthier and happier heart.

Arthritis and other joint diseases – Meditation seems to have a direct impact on the ability to cope better with pain and stiffness associated with disorders involving chronic pain.

Fatigue and sleep disorders – Individuals who practice meditation may get a bonus that transcends further into every category of health. Without a good night’s sleep, fatigue sets the stage for disease and stress. Getting a good night’s sleep will aid in the fighting off and recovery of illness. Those who meditate may find it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep.

Warding off stress – It not only gives physical health benefits; meditation is also a wonderful way to ward off stress. Anyone who has ever practiced meditation may very well say that it has helped him or her in dealing with stress. Of course, meditation does not eliminate stress; however, it helps an individual cope better with it. This has a dual benefit – one of a healthy body and the other of a healthy mind.

These are just a few of the reasons why meditation is good for you.

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