Author Archives: Donna Mitchell-Moniak

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Meditation: riches; the senses and Awareness 4

Has it become obvious how our senses are a primary instrument of and expression of Awareness? We have only focused on touch thus far but that has proven to include far more than the experience of one’s butt on a … Continue reading

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Day of Meditation for the World, Sat. April 3

It’s Spring and newness is in the air. Let’s meditate on new beginnings, newness in ourselves, newness for the world, and visionary freshness for humanity for the Day of Meditation of April. Our theme “behold all things are new.” Together, … Continue reading

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Meditation: senses and Awareness 3

Any of the five outer senses can lead one to deeper experiences of Awareness. This is a feature of continuity. What seems physical and what seems less physical (like Awareness or compassion or gratitude) are a continuum of awareness-experience. Our … Continue reading

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Meditation: senses and awareness 2

Human beings have five primary senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch. Everyone also has the sense of intuition, though like the other senses most of the ongoing intuitive information experienced is marginalized, dismissed, or denied. This is no different … Continue reading

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Meditation: senses and Awareness 1

I have hesitated to begin a cycle of meditations based in something new or like meditation-bling. The reason is two-fold. 1. If a meditation practice is bearing fruit, then any moment is sparkly with awareness. And if a meditation practice … Continue reading

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