Meditation in Motion?


Over the last 3 months or so I have been doing a lot of yoga. I started taking classes at my health club and now I am hooked. To go along with the yoga I thought I would try meditation. For my meditation, all I was doing was sitting down and trying to calm my mind and relax. You can imagine my surprise when my meditation turned into motion. I thought I was swaying oddly, but then I realized it was almost rhythmic. I am relaxing my mind, yet now my body wants to move?

I realized that I was feeling an energy, like a wave going through me, when I medidate. It takes less than a minute before I start moving. Why when I want to relax do I have to move? What do I do about the movement? Should I ignore it? Or stop meditating? Or call my doctor because it appears I am having a seizure?

I was wondering if the energy I was feeling move my body had somehow tapped into my mode of vibration. Not that I want to get all technical (my engineering side coming out…) but it made me think of a particular video of the famous Galloping Gertie Tacoma Narrows Bridge and its eventual destruction. Was I going to vibrate so hard that I came apart like the bridge? Surprisingly, I didn’t think the vibration itself was so strange (if you understand electricity it makes sense). But then we were talking about my body and electrical waves and the potential to vibrate too much, so it was a bit worrisome.

After a brief engineering refresher via Wikipedia, it seems that I have stored up potential energy that has decided to transfer from one form to another via…me! All this vibration is just an energy exchange. This was a relief, because I was actually enjoying the benefits of the meditation and I didn’t really want to quit. I am suprised to learn that meditation and my past engineering life crossed paths. Maybe the reason I like meditating so much is because it allows me to practice some engineering. Time for me to get moving, I mean meditating!

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