advancing meditation: rest in Awareness

What if all modes of experience and cognition, of analysis and intuition, and of sensation and perception were all evidence of the profound range and character of Awareness? Well, this is so.

In the Entry practice of The Practice of Living Awareness, an instruction is to “notice the usually not noticed.” The invitation is to notice the profundity of each moment, to recognize the interdependence of everything and everyone, and to take note of the plethora of inner processes within you, your mind, and your awareness as well as all around you.

advancing 051618 rest in Awareness

About Donna Mitchell-Moniak

See www.LivingAwarenessMeditation.net for meditations and free online meditation training. Visit www.SpiritFire.com for more information.
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