Okay, so I’ve been rolling out of bed, doing three sun salutations to stretch and warm up, and then I sit.
It’s so early, my brain feels sluggish, which is actually a pleasant experience for li’l ole vata me. I’ve been enjoying these early morning sessions a lot.
The problem, it seems there’s not a lot to write about.
When I say “my brain feels sluggish,” I mean I’m not experiencing much internal dialogue, which is my usual vata experience. And from the words of internal dialogue, whether witnessing or chattering words, come material for this blog.
What I notice gets named and later blogged about.
So I just sit. I notice, but it’s not particularly interesting to verbalize. My attention stays fairly centered on my body. Sensations of parts, sensations of myself as bio-electricity, just kind of a meandering body-centered attention, with moments of brilliant presence.
Maybe this is what it feels like to be a kapha.
I’m remembering a phrase from Dogen’s Jijuyu Zammai: “the entire sky turns into enlightenment.”
Wow. That is going to happen sometime when I’m sitting. I don’t want to miss that, don’t see how I could possibly miss that! It’s motivating!
I just may have to manufacture something to write about.
Happy Buddha’s birthday-enlightenment day-parinirvana, whenever you recognize it.