So being a DBT/Prisoner therapist, one of my favorite topics is giving back, service, mindfulness, etc. So I've practiced this meditation for a long time now, ever since I got out of the service. Tonglen meditation is about giving back. It's about an exchange. It is really taking the...
Here's an article from the Guardian regarding the 7 types of rest.
Do you agree with them? Any recommendations for getting these types of rest?
Doesn't that kind of require a somewhere to be there first? If there was no somewheres, then surely anything couldn't have come from a somewhere, could it? If you want to say distinguishable locations have always existed... hmm I'm kind of unsure how to even respond to that. On the one hand I should...
MAE Jedi, I wanted to talk to you right quick about Seasonal Affective Disorder.
♫It’s beginning to look a lot like Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)♫
It’s that time of year when the days start to get quite a bit shorter for us in the Northern Hemisphere. With the changing of the seasons,...
So here is the current list of suggested podcasts and YouTube Channels in the Library. Let me know if you have any recommendations to add! (Links are in the Library)
Podcasts (search for them on your favoured Podcast provider)
Actualised.org – meditation, enlightenment, self-help, philosophy...
It's very easy to see one person as a hero. Luke faces Vader alone at the end of Return of the Jedi. Boromir shields the Hobbits, and makes the ultimate sacrifice, alone in Fellowship of the Ring. The Black Panther steps forward to become the heroic focus even as he is surrounded by...
7. Jedi understand their limitations. We recognize, and take responsibility, for our failures and develop a level of modesty about them. We respect the right for others to disagree and understand that they themselves are not perfect.
This Monday Meditation we talked about :
The tearing of the mind, the flesh
Dragged across the ragged peaks of life.
Their hands around my throat
The spears into the spine
Twisted, by the hands of Fate.
But still the escape …
The panting breath of exhaustion.
I picked myself up
And carried on...