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Flying the Flag of Kindness

A life that consistently refuses to succumb to the temptation of hatred has an enduring power of it’s own. – Karen Armstrong The Meditation Mantra …

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Imagine Kindness.

The Meditation Mantra of the Month is AHIMSA. Ahimsa is a practice of non-violence, kindness, respect, mercy, and doing no harm on purpose. The on …

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The Radical Hospitality of NAMASTE

I will admit that I don’t listen to the news on the radio or t.v.. I am one of Those People who depend on friends …

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I see only part of you; you are a wonder.

The Meditation Mantra of the Month is NAMASTE. It is so much more than the word marking the end of a yoga class but I …

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Feeling Like It Matters

What really hooked me into yoga when I started was the overwhelming realization that how I felt mattered. It mattered that I was kind of …

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The Story of Peace On Your Head.

I have been signing off on emails & letters for more than 20 years with “peace on your head”. Many people will reply with a …

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Germinating My Emotional Petri Dish

Do you remember that horrifying commercial about how far the germs of a sneeze fly? It was in a movie theater…the image is seared into …

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Seriously – what are you looking at?

Meditation Mantra of the Month; Drishti — focal point / direction of gaze / direction of attention All month long I have been playing the …

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Welcoming Home My Prodigal Mind over & over again.

I have had about 87.2 ideas for this here blog over the last couple weeks. The Meditation Mantra of the Month is Drishti; focal point, …

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When you’re distracted and you know it, clap – wait – what?

The meditation mantra of the month is the word “drishti” which is a focal point or the direction of your gaze. I will often give …

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Cleaning Out Your Spiritual Junk Drawer

That’s why I mostly mutter May Wisdom Guide & Hope Sustain, when left to my own devices. I think it is sufficient and keeps me from piling on my emotional baggage and fragile ego.

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Loving the Humpty Dumpty in myself.

I was very convinced (and convicted) by a part of the Saturday Morning Retreat this past weekend. I gave everyone a small band-aid to put …

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