A meditation about showing up, not living half a life.
Distractions in the form of thoughts can be stress-inducing, energy-sucking and a productivity killer. How could we respond differently? What are the traps in thinking?
Bill Clinton’s superpower is his charisma that comes from giving undivided attention to people. It makes you feel heard when someone is listening to you intently and non-judgementally. Here’s a practice about cultivating that mindful quality.
A practice to sit with time and respond wisely to feelings of impatience.
A mindfulness meditation when life gets too overwhelming.
Inviting appreciation for ourselves and others helps us stay anchored and get through difficult times.
A breathing meditation practice calls for us to open to life.
A practice inspired by Henri Nouwen’s Only An Invitation. Make space in your mind to find your true voice – what really matters to you.
The Dalai Lama had said, “When we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.”
Inspired by the statement by Chinese president Xijingping: winter can’t stop the arrival of spring. Bad times don’t last forever. Good times too. Accepting that our experiences and existence are impermanent gives us hope whenever we feel down and the energy to become more intentional with our lives.
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