Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: stay with it – simplicity

When The Practice of Living Awareness established itself in my mind, it had twelve steps. I said to myself, “Perfect! One for each of the petals of the heart center.” Over the next couple of years and three excellent meditators … Continue reading

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Meditation: smooth

The simplicity and supremacy of meditation has been championed many times here on this blog. As the compassionate and wise have testified through the ages, there is nothing more powerful for a person’s self-actualization of heart and awareness than meditation. … Continue reading

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Meditation: simple

The meditation retreat in Tahlequah, Oklahoma was rich and simple. This provided for depth and clarity for all of us. Thank you to those that attended. The group field locked in and supported everyone. Meditation is simple because Awareness is … Continue reading

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Meditation: daring to give, daring to receive

Openness is one of the vital qualities of the spiritual Path. The more open, the realized; the more open, the more compassion can flow. Dare the openness of the heart and the heart of the mind. The strength of vulnerability … Continue reading

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Meditation: gift 2

A little shift in our mind creates a big shift in our demeanor, interactions, emotional reactivity, choices, and actions. Contemplating the immeasurable value of being incarnated, of what that fact provides, widens our thoughts on things, helps to dissolve self-centered … Continue reading

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