Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: Flow or pace

Say the words “flow” and then “pace” inside yourself giving time to experience how your emotions, mind, and energetic body respond to each word. ********* You probably experienced what most people do: “flow” felt like a river, felt gentle though … Continue reading

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Meditation: the precious vase

Each time we incarnate, we create our body. In the Tibetan tradition, one symbol for the body is a precious vase: a beautiful, functional container that holds the inner essence. In the Tibetan tradition, the vase is not like a … Continue reading

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Meditation: Supporting presence

Breath is the foundation for all meditation traditions. Why? Because it is innate, gentle, and due to breath one is alive. The deeper reason for breath as meditation’s foundation is because inner essence, presence, essential nature is also innate, is … Continue reading

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Meditation: Breathe – three techniques

Though the foundation of meditation is one’s breath, there are myriad ways to engage it. Three brief techniques are offered in this session. Each is short, can be done anywhere, and are easy to repeat. These three considerations are valuable … Continue reading

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Meditation: Give your happiness

When one’s meditation is for others, that tends to refine or deepen one’s sitting. Why? Because, if meditation is only about one’s self, that’s a small frame of reference. There is purposefulness in self-examination, self-illumination, self-clarification, and self-compassion but the … Continue reading

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