Monthly Archives: January 2013

Life as Poetry

Recently I started writing poetry again. In my childbirth class, I teach a meditation where I have my students focus on each sense, opening to the field of sound, sight, feeling, tasting, and then to whatever is arising in the … Continue reading

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My Deepest Desire

Listening to Adyashanti again. He said, and I’ve heard this before from my Zen teachers, that there is nothing asking you to change anything about yourself or your life. This is in reference to finding out what truly matters to … Continue reading

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I Am Not My Thoughts

I’ve been watching closely lately what my mind is doing and what the impact is on me. I watched myself suffering over comparing myself to others, trying to figure out my life in various ways, questioning the choices I’ve made. … Continue reading

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The Source of Vitality

I’ve been interested in the teachings of Adyashanti for the past year or so. He is doing an online course for January. Tonight he talked about the five foundations of practice. The first is to be clear about why you’re … Continue reading

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