Category Archives: Meditations

Direct experience: theme for 3-day online retreat

Six of us recently got together for seven days of meditation in person. Most significant for everyone was the direct experience of qualities of innate awareness. Such qualities are limitless and include every facet of compassion-empathy-embrace and of wisdom-emptiness-clarity-radiance. Vast … Continue reading

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Meditation: the subtle, scent

Each of the five physical senses can perceive subtle distinctions. The sense of smell, however, is specifically related to following a trail and a type of intimate knowing wherein sight or sound are unnecessary. In the case of awareness, scent … Continue reading

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Meditation: scent and the natural state

We settle right in. Follow the trail of the subtle.

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Meditation: scent/smell and awareness

Smell and the scents that adorn one’s environment and the world are obvious and less so. How one experiences scent is arbitrary, determined by one’s habits of consciousness. These then combine with the relationships of the senses and one’s personness. … Continue reading

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Date change, upcoming 3-day online retreat

Friends, I need to adjust the dates of the June 3-day online meditation retreat from June 4-6 to June 25-27. I hope this is not a hardship for the regulars. Thank you for your understanding. Again, new dates for June … Continue reading

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