Archive for June, 2015

A Guided Walking Meditation Practice

June 25th, 2015 | Posted in June 2015

Walking meditation is a contemplative practice where close attention is paid to the action of walking. It is not thinking or contemplating while walking (which is also delightful), but being mindful of the muscles of the body, the placement of the feet, balance, and motion. Walking meditation has a long tradition in Buddhism and can […]

Castles In The Sand

June 4th, 2015 | Posted in June 2015

There is a cellular recalibration that occurs when we allow ourselves an opportunity to get away from it all, to unplug from the world – really and truly unplug from all sources that keep our brain engaged with a rolling “to do” list and to experience a real-time vacation. Vacation: 1. Freedom from any activity; […]