Books I’m Reading. . .Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein, The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, The New American Herbal by Stephen Orr, Savage Beauty by Nancy Milford, The Mote in God's Eye by Larry Niven
Category Archives: mindfulness
lately i’ve been asking myself this question – just because i can, should i? this question not only is fitting in a consumerist capacity, but in just about every daily experience. just because each time i practice yoga i feel elevated … Continue reading
each time i arrive on my mat, i ask myself, “what is my intention?” what am i here to achieve? what am i here to let go of? why am i here? buddha teaches that, in each moment, intention is … Continue reading
life is grander each day i’m alive. thank you, universe, for allowing me to be in this body, this place, this moment.
(. . . continued) (On clinging) That’s the part very few people come to know: it can stop. The noise, the fear, the confusion, the constant changing of these inner energies–it can all stop. You thought you had to protect … Continue reading