6 Reasons Why Meditation Appears So Difficult by Ed and Deb Shapiro

There are many reasons why meditation can appear difficult or even challenging, listening to the noises outside or the incessant chatter in our head being one of them.

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Seek and Ye Shall Find by Deborah Schoeberlein

Love love love this post!! Sooo true and meaningful.

You know how it goes: If you’re searching for personal meaning — in a fortune cookie, horoscope or even a HuffPost bog — you’re going to find it.

Notice That You Are Alright Right Now by Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

I really liked this post … reminds me of Eckhart Tolle … “do you have a problem NOW?”

 

To keep our ancestors alive, the brain evolved strong tendencies toward fear, including an ongoing internal trickle of unease.

Words Are Like Living Organisms by Susan Smalley, Ph.D.

A few days ago, I went to meet a business consultant in NYC.

 

 

3 Tiny Habits to Enhance Your Mindfulness Practice by Marguerite Manteau-Rao

Invaluable tips!!

All the hype around mindfulness — being aware of the present moment, on purpose and without judgment, has gotten many people interested in giving it a try. 

 

Meditation: The Pearl in the Oyster by Ed & Deb Shapiro

An oyster may not like that irritating grain of sand in its shell, but it manages to transform it into a precious pearl. 

5 Ways to Make Meditation Less Mysterious by Meryl Davids Landau

A few weeks ago, I went to a concert of traditional Indian chanting music by the wonderful performer Krishna Das.

Momentary Mindfulness by Annie McKee

I really loved this post! I do find it a challenge to meditate 2 hrs a day…true! She gives great advice in this post. Enjoy!

For years I believed that the only way I could manage stress and stay spiritually grounded was to run three miles a day and meditate for an hour in the morning and an hour at night. 

So what to do? I’ve found a way that works for me and it’s easy. I call it momentary mindfulness.