When people ask what has helped me “stay positive” on my cancer journey, I should just quote Pema Chödrön. Continue reading Things Fall Apart
The busier we are, the more we need a mind that can be clear and focused–one that can pause to … Continue reading You have time to meditate
I have greatly neglected the ADHD arena on this blog. Those who know me will find that just a bit ironic, since I are one. So I’m bringing it up again now, but making it easier on myself by sharing a website that does an excellent job of covering a lot of ADHD-related territory.
If you don’t know FlyLady, I am happy to introduce you here. Find reassuring and practical advice for getting a handle on clutter, kindly developing habits that help you get and stay organized, and feeling better about yourself in the process.
The topic of “Saving Your Saturday” resonates with me because I, too, somehow grew up with the habit of postponing chores. For many years, I would tell friends at work that “this weekend I’m getting organized.” Someone finally said to me, “You said that last weekend!”
My wish for you is that you be free from suffering, anxiety, fear, sickness, emotional upheaval, discord, and financial obstacles. Continue reading “My wish for you”
Why do you want to meditate?
Meditation practice isn’t easy. It goes against the grain of our habitual patterns. So it is very important to be clear with yourself: why do you want to sit still, doing nothing? Continue reading “Finding your motivation for meditation”
Boy, I do. I don’t just need to get away—I need a meditation program that challenges me. I’ve been fortunate … Continue reading Need a retreat?
Meditation Instruction The Windhorse Podcast – episode 2 Hi, friends. Meditation is a very simple and brief introduction to meditation … Continue reading Episode 2 – Meditation
I’ve been attending Kim Tobin’s class on the “craft of acting.” What a fascinating process. Getting to know myself in … Continue reading The craft of acting