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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day Twelve: Mindful Meditative Eating

Oh, the power of food! It’s our energy, our source of most nutrients and yet another outlet and reason for us to slow down and meditate. In order to absorb all the power it delivers to us we must be … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day Eleven: Introduction to Vipassana Meditation

The Buddha taught a technique of meditation based upon three trainings or principles for the development of the practitioner. Sila, Samadhi, Panna. Sila is morality. Practitioners need to have morality as the foundation of the practice. Five main vows of … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day Ten: Walking Meditation

Do you find sitting quietly, breathing, keeping the mind still with your eyes shut an almost impossible task? Try a walking meditation. During a walking meditation, your eyes are open. You walk. You breathe. You slow down. Walking meditation does … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day Nine: First, Check In!

Every time we sit to meditate is unique. Pema Chodron reminds us that what happened in the minutes and hours before sitting comes with us to the mediation cushion. Maybe you just woke up, or maybe you rushed in after … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day Eight: Everday Mindfulness

Mindfulness is another term for meditation; it simply means being present in the moment.  It’s easy to say that you don’t have time to sit down and meditate, but we can bring mindfulness into our daily routines.  All you have … Continue reading

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