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Zen and Grief

Guest Post:

Some mindfulness masters teach, that you cannot fully begin to meditate until you have wept deeply. I once read a story of a Zen teacher who flirted with meditation for years before he decided to commit. 554 more words


zen trick (a tweet)

If I’m at my best when I have no other choice, the trick must be to choose to have no choice, yes?



Sitting cross legged

I dance between mindfulness

and Samadhi,

slipping the unmarked boundary

until engulfed by the void.

Buddha crawls into my lap

an utter stillness until… 28 more words


The Power of Hiding and Dividing

On the retina of our everyday life, the contrast between dark and light is the arena of our mind. All that is felt, encountered and believed is given a place on the spectrum of Light and Darkness. 979 more words


What's In A Name? - Everything and Nothing at All!

What’s In A Name? Everything and Nothing at All

A few months ago, I wrote a post about the importance of names. In my former post, I told bloggers that as far as Search Engine Optimation and being found on Google is concerned, Naming or Titles is of key importance. 1,008 more words


The Coloring Book Craze

By Natasha Ganes

Mindfulness. Relaxation. Stress relief. Although according to research any structured, rhythmic activity can help you achieve these things, adult coloring seems to be the latest and greatest way to get there. 509 more words

Latest Blog Post

The Zen of Parenting

Parenting is so repetitive. I guess that seems obvious, but it isn’t just changing diapers ten times a day. Or how many times you shove a noodle arm into a long sleeve onesie and think “That’s it. 386 more words