Meditators know that through the practice of meditation, people can evolve to become better individuals. However, what many people still don’t know is that this self-development can also benefit others. But, how is this possible?
Well, Peace In Peace Out is the perfect equation. It shows us that in order to be a source of peace for others, we need to develop our inner peace first. And meditation is the way of achieving that self-development. At least, that’s what my meditation experience has taught me.
Since I started meditating two years ago, I have experienced a huge change in my behaviour: I feel that I am a calmer person, more caring and less vehement. What’s more, I have realized that this change has affected very positively my relationship with those who surround me. Now I know that every time I meditate, I am not doing it just for my own development, but also for others. In other words, the better individual I become for myself, the better person I’m going to be for others, as well.
And this is how I learnt that meditating means being generous. Developing ourselves to become better human beings for others is one of the best acts of generosity we can show.