Category Archives: meditation

Stopping the Train of Your Thoughts

How often are you able to quiet your mind and access the silence that arises when thoughts cease?  This state of mental emptiness provides many benefits.  In this post I will highlight three opportunities associated with inner tranquility: The ability … Continue reading

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Expanded Awareness: Perceiving Other Realms

The French philosopher, Teilhard de Chardin, reminds us that “we are not human beings having a spiritual experience.  We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” [i]  How might your life be different if you lived from the expanded perspective … Continue reading

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Come to the Water: A Meditation to Quench Your Thirst for Well-Being

What qualities and experiences quench your thirst for well-being?  Recently, I facilitated a mindfulness training that focused, in part, on consciously choosing the energies we want to experience.  It is possible to select a state of being and direct your … Continue reading

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How to Relax: A Book Review

Readers of all kinds will appreciate Thich Nhat Hanh’s powerful, new publication, “How to Relax.” The simple yet profound teachings found in this volume can stimulate a moment of reflection. The overall content can be used as a process for … Continue reading

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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

This blog post offers a meditation designed to support Syria and promote peace. Continue reading

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