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Meditation: entering quietude

Each of the five physical senses is a gateway into pure Awareness. Each opens into a vastness rarely explored. We enter hearing with this meditation session through the sound of quietude. See what you discover!

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Meditation: present moment fullness

The sensations are neutral. Warm or cool, rough or soft, spicy or sweet, a hum or a roar, the senses directly register a phenomenon or set of phenomena but the senses, themselves, have no commentary, preference, aversion, joy or pain. … Continue reading

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Meditation: precise 1

The art and science of meditation is older than historically recognized time. Human beings have been practicing the components of contemplation and meditation forever and doing so in ways available and germane to their existence and environment, their circumstances and … Continue reading

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Meditation: presence and empathy

There are various things that we learn that keep giving. Reading and literacy for example. Collaborating with others learned as pick-up games such as softball, basketball, hide and seek when I was a kid were where one learned how to … Continue reading

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Meditation: a mandala of presence

There are numerous ways to settle for meditation. Each of them can be applied to settling one’s mind or emotions, craving or restlessness as well. Taking stock of what works for you is important. Noticing what facilitates the outcome you … Continue reading

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