Posts Tagged ‘how to become present’

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 […]

Follow the Things That Move You … Try it for the Summer!

June 25th, 2013 | Posted in June 2013

The things that move you should be the things that bring you alive, that bring you joy, that are your heart’s desire.   Have you ever stopped to think about what those things are for you?  If you haven’t, I encourage you to take time at the start of this lovely vibrant season of summer and […]

I Celebrate YOU

December 21st, 2012 | Posted in December 2012

In this season of giving I encourage you to stop and take inventory of how you can be with receiving and celebrating…YOU.  If you have been doing the work described in previous blogs posts from this month, you have been doing a lot of self-reflection and perhaps even a tremendous amount of work with action […]

Peaceful Acceptance

August 7th, 2012 | Posted in August 2012

I recently spent a week with family and thought it would be an experience that afforded me some time and clarity to write.  Oh, how the Divine had other things in mind! What I found myself doing was sabotaging myself on many levels:  not eating mindfully, not writing, not meditating – all things that help […]