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Zen Commandments to live a Zen life as an awakened meditator.

1) Take care, stay aware. Watch your step. Pay attentionit pays off.

2) Awaken your mind, open your heart and energize yourself. Learn to see clearly and love generously.

3) Find a way to live your own spiritual practice. Develop an ongoing spiritual life, not just a few spiritual experiences.

4) Dont see others light. Exploit your own innate natural resources for a change. Mine the mind.

5) Freedom is a process, not just an idea or ideal outcome. Progress is more important than perfection.

6) Learn to accept, to let go, and let be. Allow.

7) Lighten up while enlightening up. Cultivate joy. Dont take yourself too seriously, or it wont be much fun.

8) Dont cling to anything. Recognize everything is impermanent and like a dream, a movie, a sitcom. Remember the daily mantra: This Too Shall

9) Not too tight, and not too loose. Stay attuned to the big picture.

10) Be mindful. Pay attention. Keep your eyes peeled. Be vigilant and intelligent about your experiments with reality.

11) Be here while getting there, every single step of the way.

12) Dont rely on mere words and concepts. Just say maybe.

13) Dont be deceived by ideas and opinions, either others or your own. You just cant believe whatever you think.

Life is precious; handle with prayer.

Be good and do good.
Its now or never, as always.
Meditate as fast as you can. _________
~ Inspired by Meditation Master Lama Surya Das


Chad Foreman

Chad Foreman is the creator of The Way of Meditation he is a Meditation Teacher and leader in the global meditation movement. With 1.5 million
followers on Facebook's Meditation Masters, Chad has been teaching and inspiring people to practice meditation since 2002. Chad runs workshops,
writes regular articles, has on-line meditation coaching and leads a monthly on-line synchronised global meditation. Chad's mission is to bring
meditation into the lives of millions of people to help individuals find peace, love and wisdom to contribute to creating a peaceful, wise and loving world.

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