Category Archives: Human-ness

Meditation: sight, the observer, and duality

Dualism is assumed by society, education, cultural norms and, thus, by the vast majority of people. Dualism, or a dualistic view of reality, engenders me/my/mine together with you/yours. Dualism says that dog is dog and not bird, that bird is … Continue reading

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Meditation: being and vision

We settle into a meditative manner immediately. Doing so, distinctions dissolve. What does this report about characteristics? Many years ago, 12 of us spent a weekend with four Lakota People from Pine Ridge Reservation. One was an elder woman, thus … Continue reading

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your kindness

Our online meditations are on hold this week while I’m with my in-law family celebrating the life of my mother-in-law, Rose. She passed peacefully in her sleep two months ago. She was 90 years old. Rose was a special person, … Continue reading

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April Day of Meditation webcasts

The newness of each moment.

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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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