Recording of the Meditation & Mindfulness class held on Zoom on January 7th, 2021. Topics include: Reacting mindfully when the world is going crazy, and the Vedanta worldview of the world as a play. If you would like music for the meditations, here is the Spotify playlist we used.
Every time we’re hurt, every time we’re wounded, every time we’re traumatized, we close our heart a little more. Over time, our heart can become entirely closed off, blocked, and we can no longer feel the Love that is all around us. We lose touch with our connection to the universe, and to everyone andContinue reading “A Heart Chakra Meditation to open our Heart”
Meditation has become hipper than vintage clothes and ironic mustaches in recent years, but have you ever wondered why meditate? What’s the point? Common reasons given for meditation often revolve around the health benefits, mental and physical, calming the mind, reducing stress, sleeping better, reducing stress, etc. Or you might hear of more esoteric reasons,Continue reading “Meditation Brings more Fun into our Lives”
A brief, practical guide to creating your own meditation practice, followed by useful questions and answers about meditation. Excerpted from the Introduction to Meditation & Mindfulness class on November 19th, 2020.
A few thoughts on the somewhat controversial topic of meditating with music. Excerpted from the Introduction to Meditation & Mindfuless class on November 19th, 2020.
Have you ever wondered why meditate? I mean, why bother, what’s the point? One reason, it makes life more fun! Excerpted from the Introduction to Meditation & Mindfulness class held on November 19th, 2020. Read more about how meditation makes life more fun.
A one-hour zoom class on meditation and mindfulness. This was the first class I recorded, so please pardon the technical glitches… 😉 Topics include:-Why meditate?-Meditation techniques-Creating your own home practice Includes three meditations. If you’d like music for those meditations, here is a link to the playlist on Spotify.
One of the most challenging concepts of eastern philosophies is the idea that our physical reality is an illusion. Our lives, our bodies, everyone we’ve ever known and loved, are not actually real, but just a shared delusion. True reality is some kind of cosmic oneness, in which we are all interconnected parts of theContinue reading “The Sticky Dilemma of Moral Relativism”
See, everything works out exactly the way it should. Why do I keep resisting it? What can’t I just accept the lesson with gratitude?
Photo Credit: Eric Allen The story picks up from my last post about Envision: Sunset in the Vortex Saturday night, I’m not sure when, exactly. Time is starting to lose meaning after witnessing a miraculous sunset and spending what seemed like an eternity relishing the most delicious mango I’ve ever consumed. I’m at the Lapa stage,Continue reading “Chaos in Harmony”