Astronomers say that it is too difficult to reach the stars because they are billions of light years away.
The question milord is how do we measure the distance between us and the stars?
What is a light year milard?
The time taken for light to travel from point A to point B.
Aha! So distance is measured through time and not space?
And since time is not spatial by definition it is temporal therefore of the mind.
Einstein’s relativity tells us that since time is proportional to velocity, slowing down temporality slows down time.
When time t=0 then distance becomes zero.
Therefore the stars are not out there they are, to put it crudely, inside.
That’s what ol’ Willy must have meant when he said “the fault lies not in the stars but in you.”
So Step 1.
Close your eyes and sit in a comfortable posture.
Slow down your breath. Slowing down your breath slows down the mind, slowing down the mind slows down time.
Do this till you lose the breath. When this happens the mind stops and time stops. Do this often enough and a light begins to emerge. This must be the light of your own star.
Focus on the light. Focus is an action, a step towards something.