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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day 15: Running and Meditation

As with many others, I struggled to find a way to meditate that felt true to myself.  The idea of finding a quiet space and sitting (NOT my favorite position) did not resonate with me. Guided imagery helped but felt … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day 14: Managing Distractions during Meditation

The human brain has an amazing capacity to sort through thousands of stimuli a second. Its job is to decide what information is important and what is not. What we register consciously in any given moment is a result of … Continue reading

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day 13: Listen to Your World

Awaken to the richness of your world by choosing sound as the object of your mediation. By practicing listening on your meditation cushion you can train your mind to enjoy the songbirds in the spring, your dear friend’s voice, or … Continue reading

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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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