Tag Archives: awarness

Beyond Bars

Have you ever read something that makes you pause and reflect, and sometimes gives you chills? Earlier this year I read about a program called  “Beyond These Bars.” The goal of this program is to provide inmates in solitary confinement … Continue reading

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Sit and Notice

Open your window, feel the fresh air, sit and listen to the sounds of nature. Sit until the fog burns off… Sit until the sun completely sets… Sit until the rain ends… or begins…. Watch an animal, even an insect … Continue reading

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My Mental Health in 3 words

Okay, I may be very late to this project, but I just found this article in my bin and I love the idea. To those of you not who are not familiar with the #My Mental Health in 3 words, … Continue reading

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Tune into your Meta-Awareness

        The moment of noticing a thought is a very powerful moment. It’s really where the real meditation occurs. That’s because there’s a spark of insight at that point, what in technical terms is called meta-awareness: you’re aware of your … Continue reading

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Everyday Joy

When I walk out into the world, I take no thoughts with me. That’s not easy, but you can learn to do it. An empty mind is hungry, so you look at everything longer and closer. Don’t hum! When you … Continue reading

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