Author Archives: Donna Mitchell-Moniak

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Meditation: luminous emptiness

This week completes with a reflection on reflecting itself. The act of contemplation (and all its various forms) is one that brings forward luminous emptiness, derives from these two inseparable qualities, while contemplation is also an example or expression of … Continue reading

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Meditation: humanity maturing

As this year is winding toward completion, we are reflecting on change; change related to maturing in awareness. On Tuesday, the consideration was personal and led to the open space of the heart-mind more unified as a result of meditative … Continue reading

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Meditation: resting in appreciation

Over Thanksgiving, like you, I found myself reflecting on the many inner and external factors that I am grateful for. After acknowledging the blessings of friends, family, a home and the kindness of so many people, Awareness itself became the … Continue reading

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No online meditations this week

Hi all, Due to traveling and being with loved ones, I will be unavailable for online meditations this week. My apologies. We resume on Tues. Nov. 29. See you then. May our meditations, wherever we are, nurture goodness!

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Meditation: awareness, benevolence 3

Make the world a better place today with your thoughts, appreciation, and actions.

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