his Meditation is from Gautama’s Anāpānasati Sutta great mindfulness of breath meditation. It is a staple of mindfulness meditations and one I have practiced frequently over these many years. It is simple to get the hang of and is a meditation that can be done every day for 10, 20, 30, or more minutes a day.
Joy Delights In Joy
Music to hear, why hear’st thou music sadly Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy: Why lov’st thou that which thou receiv’st not gladly, Or… Read more “Joy Delights In Joy”
Creating Space for Transformation
All too often in life, we confront the world with our hands and minds full of stuff. We have any number of things that can distract us… Read more “Creating Space for Transformation”
A Simple Plan for When Things Suck!
One thing we all have in common, no matter our education, our financial status, our marital status, the color of our skin, our heritage, or our age… Read more “A Simple Plan for When Things Suck!”
Sit and Forget
There was a beginning. There was a beginning before that beginning. There was a beginning previous to that beginning before there was the beginning. -Chuang Tzu So… Read more “Sit and Forget”
Subjective and Objective
This is not an article bashing the age of objective reasoning it is also not an article lauding the wonders of subjective reasoning. It is just a… Read more “Subjective and Objective”
Why I Dislike Meditation Apps.
I get it we are all stressed and suffer from daily decision fatigue. I understand that many people like being lead through a meditation. That it is… Read more “Why I Dislike Meditation Apps.”
The simple joy of being
If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. – Will Rogers From time to time I catch myself in the task of solving problems, truth be known… Read more “The simple joy of being”
Navigating the River of Life
When I look at the wide scope of interacting with my life, I am talking bird’s eye view of the flux and flow of days. Whether it… Read more “Navigating the River of Life”
When things are a little thorny.
One would be mistaken in thinking that just because you get up every day and engage your body/mind that you wake up and feel fantastic with… Read more “When things are a little thorny.”