Archive Monthly Archives: February 2016

Seeing Yourself With Love

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Love, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect on this topic – the emotions

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Instructions: Gathering the Scattered Mind [Audio]

Instructions: Gathering the Scattered Mind, by Pascal Auclair   About Pascal Auclair: Pascal Auclair has been immersed in Buddhist practice and study since 1997, sitting retreats in Asia and America

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Illusion of Memory [Video]

Alan Watts speaks about memories being an illusion of our past.

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Tame Your Mind [Video]

I get asked this question of geez, I haven’t meditated. How do I get started? And it’s hard for many people because what many of us don’t appreciate is that – and I use the term

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BEDTIME – GUIDED MEDITATIONS for Children

Michelle has created 10 special bedtime meditations for children aged 5 and upwards. Meditation at bedtime encourages the child to release the day and aid a good nights sleep. To let go of all that no

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Key To Stopping Self-Talk In The Head [Video]

Eckhart Tolle discusses the key to stopping self-talk in the head.

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Meaning of Life [Video]

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson answers the question “What is the meaning of life” asked by a 6 year old child at the Wilbur Theatre Boston on January 2015 I think people ask that question

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Posture Meditation

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Posture Meditation, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect on this

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Mountain Meditation

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise  Mountain Meditation, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect

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Three Attitudes that Nourish a Liberating Practice

Three Attitudes that Nourish a Liberating Practice, by Tara Brach   About Tara Brach: A pervasive but often invisible source of suffering in our culture is self-aversion. We are a busy culture, and

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