Posts Tagged ‘Mindfulness’

Such Power

10-April-2018

โ€œJust let it be. You may as well; it is. Everything moves in and out at its own time. You have no control. You never did; you never will.โ€
~ Byron Katie

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Mindful Awareness

29-March-2018

The article is a lovely read. Once sentence in it reminds me of the film, Leap Year. “…and treat every day like it was the first time, and the last…”. Only, in the film, they were talking about kissing.

Letting Go

27-November-2017

An interesting read, regarding the Power of Letting Go. Not so sure about the 14 pages of selecting “next” but then, It is what it is. Nice article, though.

Tai Chi

7-October-2016

A nice video on Learning the 24 steps of Tai Chi. I hope it’s available in your country.

Meditation “types”

8-September-2016

Hmmm. Meditation. An interesting pastime. Not sure if I can “do it” though. I’ve tried. It just doesn’t fit with me. I might try Tai Chi as a form of meditation. Gardening is a good one. Also, walking but they’re not sitting there, thinking about nothing. Emptying ones head. Perhaps I’m not supposed to empty my head. Perhaps I’m not that “type” of person.
I do know, I am I. ๐Ÿ™‚

I Am

24-June-2016

I am Ahab
I am the Sword
I am the Spirit
I am

I am the Anger
I am Hated
I am Dirt
I am

Who am I?
I am I

~ Peter Morris (with thanks to Google Play and the search phrase “I am”)

Meditation

3-June-2016

A brilliant article on meditation by Blon Lee on Tiny Buddha.

Spring Bulbs

19-March-2016

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Bulbs


With it being Autumn, it’s time to plant some bulbs for spring. Hyacinth, daffodil, muscari, iris, crocus, ixia and freesia. 400 bulbs ready for planting. I’ll also move some gladioli. See how it all goes. Looking forward to this weekends gardening. Relaxing, out in the fresh air. Breathe….

Smiling Mind

18-March-2016

So this software might be worth a try to get some meditation going.mlooks to be good so far.

Solitude and Mindfullness

17-March-2016

I think this is perhaps where I’m going. What I’m looking for. Not necessarily inner peace, although they seem to suggest the same thing to me. Perhaps they are. That I find inner peace on my own and in contemplation.
I loved the article in Psychology Today “The Call Of Solitude” by Ester Buchholz.