Cocooning

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Cocooning is the process of establishing a safe place where you can heal and practice connection. A cocoon is a bedroom in your house, a meditation room, or any place where you are free of threat and where you can have an hour or so on your own to meditate, practice mindfulness, or engage in some other Connection Practice.

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A cocoon is a bedroom in your house, a meditation room, or any place where you are free of threat and where you can have an hour or so on your own.

Muhammad's withdrawal from society in the cave on Mount Hira outside Mecca for the purpose of meditation was seen by later mystics as the basis for the systematic practice of seclusion...."[1]

  1. Ernst, Carl W. The Shambhala Guide to Sufism. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1997. https://amzn.to/2SoFmun. p. 48.