What if washing the dishes became a simple gesture of conscious relationship with place, and mindfulness of the planet?
To appreciate what you have, sometimes you have to imagine life without it.
How can we shed our layers of protection to become our full selves?
I go to church, but I meet Jesus at the gym. I don’t hate religion, it’s just that pumping iron is my form of meditation.
Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.
Hint: It has something to do with being very curious about everything.
Start November with this wise and meditative poem from Denton Loving.
Meditation expert Ira Israel has figured out the most common thoughts that short-circuit any mindfulness practice.
Meditation is more than a bad ass daily practice. It’s fundamental to your health and happiness.
Mindfulness isn’t as complex as we think. Samuel Gentoku McCree shows us that it is simply that practice of being what is.
Joe Doe on take yourself out of your troubles with midwestern meditation.
Dr. Steve dissects the mysteries of how to be love able. It is easier, and harder, than you think.
Ray Jennings finds comfort in contemplating the big, unanswerable questions.
Louise Thayer finds a way to stay present through loss without letting grief become overwhelming.
We can be dissatisfied with this moment, or practice being satisfied. The secret to serenity is remaining mindful to your present truth.