Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance. What goodness do you sometimes forget or take for granted?
James Baraz explains that the relations we have, our connections are channels of positive energies that make us feel alive. Letting in love is to give.
James Baraz tells a story about the importance of appreciating our benefactors. These mentors and inspirations should be considered streams of goodness.
James Baraz leads us to understand the Metta for the difficult. When our realities don’t match with other’s, this causes hatred and confusion.
James Baraz talks about the power of community. There is a kind with creativity or collective intelligence, and sometimes multiplication of courage.
Donald Rothberg leads a meditation through a sensitive topic of race, racism and spiritual practice. Referencing to injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
Phillip Moffitt explains there is joy in generosity. This particular meditation is to acknowledge the practice of compassionate generosity in mindfulness.
Matthew Brensilver leads a guided meditation about Metta in the Post Obama Era. “Aspire to be safe for others.” centering on this statement and striving to be free from suffering.
Joseph Goldstein talks about “Mudita” as the life in the happiness of others; building joy if you will. To be delighted in the happiness of others and continue to increase it.
Sharon Salzberg leads a guided loving-kindness meditation. She urges to feel loving, care and acceptance of self. To grasp happiness within, not too tight and not too negligent.
Joseph Goldstein leads a guided Metta meditation. Metta is loving-kindness, is a general feeling of friendliness or goodwill towards others.
Joseph Goldstein leads guided heartfelt meditation on Metta - the feeling of kindliness, loving-kindness, and heartfelt. Of friendliness and goodwill.
Matthew Brensilver leads a guided meditation- Grief, Love and Groundlessness. When we choose to love, grief becomes a facet of life.
Sharon Salzberg talks about Metta- the Practice of Loving Kindness. The kind of loving kindness that does not select but wishes goodwill to all you know.
Mark Coleman talks about Life of Service. How wonderful and inspiring if the life of service we have is filled with compassion and loving-kindness.
Rick Hanson talks about Me and We, Autonomy and Intimacy. Autonomy is the inner strength of independence. It supports Intimacy to be happy and feel connected.
Rick Hanson talks about Intimacy, how our experiences in childhood can impact our relationships later in life and what people can do to work with those issues as adults.
Jack Kornfield talks about Commitment, Attachment, and Love. Love takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Right Speech. Right thoughts and understanding is the 3rd of the 8-fold path to awakening. It tends to yield right speech.
Whatever the mind thinks about something fondly, it becomes the mind’s inclination. Joseph Goldstein talks about The Kind Heart. Cultivate loving kindness.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Sincerity. Sincerity is the lifeblood of mindfulness practice. All its beauty arises within sincerity.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Love: Cultivation, Concentration & Purification. Love makes our grounds fertile to realize wisdom deeply.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Love: Sexuality & Mindfulness. Love & Sexuality requires a lot of awareness and the sense of letting go.
Jack Kornfield talks about Developing Compassion. The Buddha said the freedom of the heart is love. Compassion is the quivering of the heart when it touches sorrow.
Attracting your soulmate is possible with mindfulness. This binaural beat will help you reach the grounded, fully present state necessary to bring the right person into your life.
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