Meticulous about washing clothes? You're practicing mindfulness!
I'm one who tries to look for the blessing inside the curse. Though I feel the unease around me as our society (and really, entire world) tries to figure out how to navigate the spreading novel coronavirus, I'm looking for the gifts that are inherent in a time like this. And what I'm finding is … Continue reading Yes, coronavirus cautions can improve your life in these 3 ways
I've been feeling that I'm caught in some kind of limbo, the one of "limbo" definition c. from Dictionary.com: an intermediate, transitional, or midway state or place. This current here of my now feels like a transitional place, affected partly by my trip to an orthopedist a couple of weeks ago. I thought I was a candidate … Continue reading My time in this limbo
"How in the world can Facebook be any part of mindfulness?!!" you might ask. Although Facebook is often criticized as a waste of time, I find it can be helpful beyond keeping me current with friends' lives. You see, I have thoughts and emotions about what I see posted. And I try mindfully to watch those … Continue reading Using Facebook as part of a mindfulness practice
So it's time for me to take another silent retreat. Silent retreats do my soul so much good. I leave tomorrow for an eight-day centering prayer retreat and will be in silence about five and a half days of it. Three hours each day of centering prayer/meditation. No internet or online access. No phone calls. No … Continue reading Into the silence again