Posts Tagged ‘invoking grace’

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 […]

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, the Whole Mess

April 3rd, 2015 | Posted in April 2015

I have spent the past few months focusing on what I tend to run from or not want to stay in process with and just “notice.” I was curious. The conclusion I have come to is that it is not only the awkward and uncomfortable, but also, sometimes, it is the joyful and amazing experiences […]

An Angel Amongst Us

December 18th, 2014 | Posted in December 2014

(reprint from December 2014 newsletter) Angel: a spiritual being that serves especially as a messenger from God or as a guardian of human beings – Merriam-Webster Dear Friends, I feel blessed to frequently meet people that are light workers, individuals who do great, selfless deeds for those in need and guide us through challenging times. […]

The Art of Letting Go Gracefully

May 10th, 2013 | Posted in May 2013

Strong – Courageous – Bold – Loving – Joyful – Tender – Forgiving – Graceful. These are some of the qualities of my mother. She has been a great teacher for me through the years.  The beautiful thing about time and your parents is that, in some way, you get to see them grow in […]

The Mastery of Grace

March 7th, 2013 | Posted in March 2013

The Dalai Lama: What comes to mind when you think of him? I think of his smile, his warmth, his compassion, and his love of life in spite of all that he has experienced and witnessed. I have read a lot of his books and have had the privilege of seeing him in person many […]

Invoking Grace Through Prayer

November 28th, 2012 | Posted in November 2012

If you have ever run a marathon, then you know that the training involved, at least for your first one, can be long and arduous.  If not, pick anything that involved focus, dedication, and intention to reach your goal. The close of 2012 and the energy that we are in the midst of, offers great […]