Tag: mindfulness

great things

there’s such an immense pressure we put upon ourselves in our culture to “do great things” with our lives. i think we almost always miss the point entirely….


quiet corner

in the quiet corner of our hearts we come to remember our voice where it is heard without a sound find comfort in me for the answer will always be you are safe here you are known you are cradled you are home


the road ahead, the trail behind

it’s been quite a year. much has changed. much has stayed the same. i have lived in four different places, after being parked for five years…and i’m on the verge of moving again.

what holds true is that wherever we go, there we be. i feel that as vividly as ever….


practice

the idea that “practice makes perfect” is flawed and untrue. pratice makes fluid; it enables flow, muscle memory, ease and confidence. it invites intuition and insights. it takes you past thinking into presence, focus, and elevated consciousness……


glimpses

those fleeting moments, when the circumstance overrides the repetitive, cyclical mind-junk of the everyday… it takes two, to both balance and imbalance the usual suspects, to jar the stagnant politeness, to instigate the otherness, the connected consciousness that transcends thoughts, words, and invasive time…