14 Days of Summer, a Meditation:
Day Three

Sunshine: Unconditional Love

For some people, summer is a chance to complain about the heat or lock themselves into air-conditioned habitats. But our bodies need sunshine to survive and be healthy—in fact we wouldn’t exist without the sun! The sun shines on everyone with no regard for race, wealth, fashion sense, or religion. The sun is what enables us to SEE. But it also shows us how to FEEL.

Close your eyes and feel the sun on your body. Soak it in. It’s like love. Unconditional love. No matter what you do, it will still be there, shining. Even in the night, you can see its reflection in the moon and stars. You can smell its lingering effect in the plants and earth that need the sunshine to live, as do you. The sun never goes away, we just turn around it. Feel it. Enjoy it. And know you are loved.

Make sure to come back tomorrow!



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4 Responses to 14 Days of Summer, a Meditation:
Day Three

  1. Sue August 20, 2013 at 8:09 am #

    What a beautiful and original thought. I have always cherished the feeling of the sun caressing my skin, but didn’t identify it as “love.” I think you are exactly right!

  2. Laura Jo K August 20, 2013 at 9:47 am #

    Love this one. Thanks.

  3. Alice Green August 20, 2013 at 10:52 am #

    My little pots of Cosmos flowers, on the balcony, follow the sun from from east to west, morning to night, like little kittens watching a toy, it makes me smile. And then I spend the evenings watching the sun paint the clouds, sky and mountains with more colors than it seems possible, with every sunset different. And without the sun, we would never see a double rainbow after the rain is gone. Night and day, year round = love. Thank you, Maria.

  4. Donna in Delaware August 20, 2013 at 6:53 pm #

    Love. Like the sun appearing after a downpour on a warm spring or summers day. That fresh smell never leaves you, and then, a rainbow, as a sign that all is well.

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