Posts Tagged ‘meditation’

“Oh, Bless Your Heart” This Valentine’s Day

February 11th, 2016 | Posted in February 2016

Dear Friend, To experience true love is to discover ourselves at our authentic center and love what we find. We move through our lives holding within our hearts a laundry list of items that do not serve us. They create weight and discomfort, dis-ease and anxiety, and a multitude of other things that wreak havoc […]

Breakthrough or Breakdown: 3 steps to Determine Which One You are Having

November 12th, 2015 | Posted in November 2015

The whispers of transformation speak softly, at first, to our heart. We sense “something” is changing but cannot put our finger on it. Unlike the changing seasons when we can see what is happening, we cannot always see our own personal transformation. We cannot articulate it, but we can feel it. Carl Jung refers to […]

Did You Miss Last Week’s Blog About Walking Meditation?

July 2nd, 2015 | Posted in July 2015

Join me at: http://cityofroseville.com/191/Muriel-Sahlin-Arboretum on the following days from 6:00-7:00 am CST rain or shine, to be guided through a beautiful walking meditation practice. We will meet under the arbor by the parking lot. No prior reservations required. We will start promptly at 6am and feel free to bring coffee or tea to enjoy on […]

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 […]

An Extraordinary Life

March 5th, 2015 | Posted in March 2015

A life devoted to a spiritual path is one filled with mysticism. Since time began, people of all religions living throughout the world have had mystical experiences and have recorded them. Mystics are our great spiritual teachers. They include Teresa of Avila, Francis of Assisi, St. John the Evangelist, Thomas Merton and Mother Teresa in […]

A Practice Of Solitude

January 22nd, 2015 | Posted in January 2015

“When solitude was a problem, I had no solitude. When it ceased to be a problem I found I already possessed it, and could have possessed it all a long.”    – Thomas Merton A couple of weekends ago, I was in class in the mountains of North Carolina, and we watched a lovely documentary […]

Energy of Attraction Meditation

October 16th, 2014 | Posted in October 2014

Dear Friends, A couple of weeks ago my blog discussed the health benefits of meditation and the positive effects it can have on our DNA. I have been meditating for many years and I assure you the benefit you receive from mindfulness, stillness, centering, whatever you call it, far outweighs the reasons why you tell […]

Daily Meditation Does Your DNA Good

October 2nd, 2014 | Posted in October 2014

I recently read an article on how a few minutes of daily meditating does your DNA good. This is very interesting to me because I have autoimmune diseases throughout my family, and if you dig deep into autoimmune, you may have a strain of it as well in your family. The NIH (National Institutes of […]

Transformation

December 6th, 2012 | Posted in December 2012

My voice sounds like a man, my body aches and I struggle with making a call to the MD.  At first glance it’s easy to say I have a cold or bronchitis, but I know better.  I don’t get sick. I am in the middle of a transformative process and although I am a Master […]

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 […]