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Mindfulness is the intentional paying attention to the present moment with a non-judgemental awareness. This sounds simple enough but the difficult part of this is the ‘intentional’ and the ‘non-judgemental’ aspects. The intentional is difficult because so often we are on ‘auto pilot’ and what we pay attention to is just random and unintentional, we
Love After three years of meditation I was beginning to gain insights into this idea known as Love. The insights came subtly, one by one. Gaining the insights was a little bewildering, and applying them and integrating them is even more so. A lifelong practice, I am sure. I’ve always been a romantic. I believe I have an unrelenting thirst
Enlightened Relaxation People are generally clued in that we hold tension in our neck and shoulders. Zen meditators often suggest being thankful for the zen stick struck lightly over their shoulders to relieve tightness and stay alert. The lesser known region for the accumulation of stress is in the face and the powerful method of
Going Sane ‘Wisdom of the ordinary’ is how the old school Zen Masters would describe being sane. Being sane is simply life as it is. Right now. Infuriating to grasp intellectually; the way of meditation is mysteriously simple. Just seeing things as they are before getting caught up in descriptions, evaluations or stories of the present