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How To Save Your Life Right Now

“Life is what happens to you while you are making other plans.” –John Lennon.

There is a sentence in the novel The Bathroom by Jean-Philippe Tousaint where his protagonist says, “I am compromising the quietude of my abstract life for what?” This sentence resonated with me so deeply that I have had it posted above my desk for many years. 664 more words

Monday Musings: My Meditate for 28 Challenge! and Anniversary Things

Are you someone that struggles with constant negative thoughts? Are you — or do you know — someone who struggles with anxiety of any sort, be it from school, work, or from an anxiety disorder? 1,194 more words


Welcome to the Mouth of the Tiger

The inauguration has left millions of people feeling upset, enraged and demoralized. Protests are occurring world wide, and people and governments around the world (except probably in Russia) are feeling intense stress and concern. 593 more words


Relax with MUSE meditation

Exams started yesterday, but the Library is here for you with some relaxation sessions using the brain-sensing MUSE headbands. We’re running these sessions every evening between 5:00 and 5:30 PM until Friday (20th Jan) in the Main Library, Ground Floor Seminar Room. 86 more words


Full Moon in Cancer

Night came upon me
Like a blanket of darkness
Threatening to smother my hopes
And dreams as it put my world to bed
Like an exhausted mother does an errant boy… 272 more words


Register Now! Mindfulness Meditation Course Begins Feb 1

Mindfulness has been described as paying attention on purpose, and being in the present moment with acceptance. Two local residents trained in this practice, Dr. Kathy Nathan and Jane Brown, are offering a FREE 3-session introduction to mindfulness meditation to local residents: 238 more words


Simple Mindfulness Meditation

Unprecedented financial pressures, and an ever-increasingly aggressive public culture, along with social, moral and spiritual fragmentation, are leading to lives being overwhelmed by stress, intolerable interior isolation and even quiet despair. 616 more words