Why could experience be the obstacle for growing up?

The experience is obsessed by people as the reason used when they want to refuse others. You cannot do this because you don’t have any experience but actually experience itself is the very big problem. Think of the empty glass. You could say that you cannot drink any water from it because there is no water. You have to pour water to it so that you can drink. However,

the real life is not like the glass of water. Instead of drinking water and the water disappears, the experience has never been disappeared.

You learn something and you memorize it. You cling on it. When you have full of experience, you yourself are the fool since there is no space left for you to learn more.

Experience is just the context that you can change.

The happiness comes to you. The boredom comes to you. The bliss comes to you. The misery comes to you. There is nothing permanent. If you face the first misery in your life and you said that life is misery, you will miss other things more than the misery. Therefore, do not be serious on what happen to you. Realize yourself as the vessel that always welcomes things instead.

That is how meditation works. It just helps you realize not cling on the experience. It is to clean up you to be the vessel, to be the house that welcomes people warmly and send them with smile.

Written by Jade the Mystic

The psychology and mindfulness writer helping you leverage your mind, understand life, reduce stress, relax and learn to heal your body and soul with meditation through life quotes, articles, books, speeches and advises.


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