Yesterday, I attended two separate events that each included some meditation. In so attending these, I bumped up against this fundamental principle that colors a whole lot of what we humans do here on Planet Earth. That principle is this: Anything — any skill, any endeavor, any undertaking — requires practice if you wish to … More Eternal Chatter of the Thought-less Mind
Not long ago, I wrote a post relating a bit about how I’d consulted a doctor who specialized in acupuncture and Eastern medicine, and how he’d determined my “body organ type,” and the diet that would work most optimally with that type (which type is “Hepatonia,” in case you’d forgotten). So yesterday, I went back … More Acupunctured!
Do you meditate? I do. I try to keep it up as a regular practice, although sometimes Real Life gets in the way. There’s actually a joke about that, along the lines of “You should meditate every day for at least half an hour. Unless you don’t have the time…in which case, make that a … More Meditation 101