“Nobody sees a flower - really - it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time –and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.” -Georgia O’Keefe Have you lost track yet... wondering what day it is?
Or, so involved in an activity that you don’t even care
what time it is? The pace of your day – and even time itself - is unfolding in ways that you may not be used to, or comfortable with.
In my weekly meditation classes, we often study how our minds are usually trapp
If you find yourself spinning out sometimes
with worried thoughts or words,
and lingering feelings of fear, stress or anxiety,
the outside meditation below,
inspired by Rumi’s advice, can help.
When this meditation is practiced
with your whole-hearted attention,
it helps with opening your heart window
and letting go of all the words swirling inside,
even for just a little while.
And when this happens,
you might find room inside for the spirits of
peace and calm to find a p
“Time takes Time” -Ringo Starr
“Nobody sees a flower - really - it is so small it takes time –
we haven’t time –and to see takes time,
like to have a friend takes time.” -Georgia O’Keefe Dear friends,
Hope this finds you, and those you love, safe and well.
Here's some new meditations and mindfulness activities
to help during our shared experience of pandemic.
May you practice these in peace and good health
until we are meditating together again, in person.
Below are fo
By far, the most common and important way in which we can exercise our attention is by listening... True listening... is always a manifestation of love” ~ M. Scott Peck I’ve been a therapist for more than 33 years, and a mindfulness teacher for more than 25 years - but since the killing of George Floyd – have never been so inspired by people - in both therapy sessions and weekly mindfulness classes - having necessary, wide-ranging and powerful discussions on racism, marginali