Archives for mindfulness

The Joy of Slowing Down

At the end of the evening, just before I go to bed I like to go for a walk.

I love walking around the campground when it’s dark, the stars are out and everyone’s tucked inside. It’s so peaceful as I slowly make my way around the park.

I like doing things slowly.

It feels good.

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Your Words Matter

Several years ago I had a friend that told me about this intuitive Healer she worked with in Colorado. Whenever something was troubling her, a sore knee, a strained shoulder, without fail he healed her. 

It seemed odd that she would travel from California to Colorado every time she got sick but she didn’t need to – because he did his work over the phone.

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Has the Servant Become the Master?

In Dr. Iain McGilchrist’s book, The Master and the Emissary, The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, he tells a story of a wise spiritual master that looked after a community so well it kept growing and flourished.

As the community became larger he realized he couldn’t continue being so involved in the day-to-day affairs, that in fact, he would lose his wise perspective if he remained too close.

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