I enjoyed this five minute meditation from TheHonestGuys, which has excellent imagery, and a soothing voice mixed with gentle music.
This is another pleasant discovery from one of my favorite sites, Purpose Fairy.
When we strive to make changes in the deep elements of our lives, it is a good idea to ‘check in,’ to see if our life mission has been shifting without us being aware of it.
A way to explore this is to consider the question, “What matters most now?” Continue reading What matters most now?
I studied with Bodhipaksa during an online course in Buddhist meditation he conducted using Skype Group Video several years ago. I succeeded in meditating every day for a hundred days during one of his challenges. I also enjoyed the 30 days of LovingKindness meditation challenge.
In this relaxation exercise by a river, he was experiment with his then new GoogleGlasses.
I first discovered Bodhipaksa and Wildmind.org through an audio book I found on Audible.com. I heartily recommend all of his audio books, and Wildmind offers many forms of instruction. There is no need to be a Buddhist to benefit from Bodhipaksa’s teachings. One of my favorite things about him is his sense of humor; not a moment of holier-than-thou in him.
Whenever I stand in front of this gateway to Gaudi’s Casa Milá I am happy. In part, because it means I’m in one of my favorite cities, Barcelona, but also because I am about to tour spaces that feel more like entering a living creature, than like walking through an apartment building.
UNDERSTANDING and manifesting the conditions most nurturing to our individual creativity is a key concept for enhancing our progress in making what we most need to make. The metaphor for this is a CREATIVE SANCTUARY, and idea borrowed from Creative Visualization guru Shakti Gawain.
One aspect is to spend time surrounding by affirmation…