Take a deep breath.

Pause.

When you enter quiet park, simply notice what you are seeing, hearing, smelling, touching and tasting.

Try not to label things, like, this is a bird, or this is water, or this is a tree. Or, judge it, like, this is good, or this is bad. Or, analyse it, like, this is big, or this is small. Simply notice the park without your mind.

If thoughts come to your mind, simply focus on noticing the park again.

Soon it will feel like you are seeing for the first time, hearing for the first time, smelling for the first time, touching for the first time, and tasting for the first time. Just like it did when you were a child.

You will notice the incredible richness of life unfolding each moment around you.

Your skin will feel more, the colors will seem brighter, the sounds will be sharper, you will smell and taste will be enhanced.

You will notice how each moment is unique and completely different from another – one second there was the sun and now there is a shadow. Another second there was a bird and now a butterfly.

You will notice all this happening constantly. Simultaneously. Everywhere.

 “WOW. This is magic,” you will feel in awe. “How did I not see this all these years?!,” your mind will ask. Don’t answer. Continue noticing without your mind.

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You will notice your mind has calmed. It is at peace. You will feel free. Stay there.

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As you exit a quiet park, continue noticing the world without your mind – don’t label, judge, or describe it. And you will see that the magic and peace you experienced in a quiet park can be experienced anywhere, anytime. And there is a Quiet Park within you.