ID: WW01_221 / Winifred Hone

TitleMeditation 1969 - Winifred Hone memoirs
AbstractMaharishi Mahesh Yogi introduced his theory on the subject, you had to journey to India at great expense to indulge in this particular cult. Here on the Island there are considerable locations where with only the expenditure of time you can enjoy spiritual meditation. Cast your eye on an object such as a small Topaz pool left silent and alone by the tide, or plovers probing their long bills into the water for worms, or a mallard sitting solitary hatching her eggs on a wide flat space, a marsh green carpet patterned with sea pinks bright ruby samphire and mauve sea lavender, or the full moon to light up the beauty and charm of a phosphorescent sea, you get a sense of deep meditation, it recalls their own message of peace. Moments of solitude and reflection are invaluable to anybody who is trying to keep a balanced outlook in the midst of the furious activity of modern life.

AuthorWinifred Hone
SourceMersea Museum / Wendy Brady