Getting Past Who I Thought I Was

I’m discovering I wasn’t who I thought I was.

When we reach a certain point in our lives, we find that the person we believe ourselves to be, isn’t the one everyone else sees. 531 more words

Writing

Transcendental Meditation - One week in

A few people have asked me about my experience of Transcendental Meditation. In my last post here, I talked about finally making it to the introductory talk – and subsequently signing up for the course. 940 more words

Being Actively Curious

Retreat

Overdoing the yang might be great for your CV, not so flash for your physical and spiritual health. Like the time I drove from one end of Australia to another in four days straight, only stopping to (not really) sleep. 588 more words

Caffeine

Cultivating a Life of Self-Discovery

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This week my 14-year old son began learning to meditate. I have been a meditator for about four years and have only recently, in the last 4 months, began another type of mediation called Transcendental Meditation, or TM for short. 378 more words

Self-Discovery

Writing, Depression and Staying Away from the Cliff.

What do you do when the cold runs in. When the snow comes to your shins, or higher, and you think…how did this happen?

I see there are things we have in common. 507 more words

Writing

When I Think About The Writer I Could Be...

Standing in the middle of the room, to my left are people milling about waiting for “him” to come on. On my right are people reading books, one particular book, my book. 823 more words

Writing

Why Graduate Students Should Meditate

By: Caitlin Millett, 3rd year PhD candidate in the Neuroscience Graduate Program

“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.”
― Aristotle…

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Neuroscience