Meditation as the cultivation of wellbeing, or attuning to or supporting the coming into being of pleasure. Muditā as a way of relating well with appreciation and joy. And enriching and absorbing into harmony and happiness in samādhi.
Mudita means appreciative or sympathetic joy and is the third of the four Brahmaviharas, the boundless qualities of the heart and mind. It stands for our ability to appreciate and delight in what is good and beautiful in our own being and in the world. It inspires and uplifts the heart and purifies it from unwholesome states.
A guided meditation and talk (at least somewhat) inspired by Matt Mullenweg's bio: I can think, I can wait, I can fast and Nir Eyal's book Indistractible we explore the "don't scratch the itch" meditation and dependent origination teachings for freedom and well-being.