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When the pressures of life start mounting, draw your symbol for “breathing!”

by A Silent Space (asilentspace.com) When the pressures of life start mounting, draw your symbol for “breathing!”Create your own symbol, for your rhythm, is unlike that of anyone else.While you become familiar with the brushstrokes, focus on the air that... Continue Reading →

Practice non-attachment

A survival skill that is vital to our existence is forming human bonds, and sometimes these attachments can become problematic. When was last time when an act you performed triggered feelings of not being loved, respected or cared for? Have... Continue Reading →

In an unnatural State of Isolation, what are the things that bind us?

`I stop and wonder, this is against our nature, we are meant to be together. I miss hearing the voices blending in the surroundings, the houses of worship buzzing with life. I miss the clinking of the glasses in the... Continue Reading →

To The Lost Traveler on the Road to Healing…….

Imagine Yourself sitting on a bench in a park. Across from you is someone sitting on another bench. That person is you 15 to 20 years ago. What would you do or say? ...I would gently stand up and go... Continue Reading →

When science meets mindfulness

Researchers study how it seems to change the brain in depressed patients In 2015, 16.1 million Americans reported experiencing major depression during the previous year, often struggling to function while grappling with crippling darkness and despair. There’s an arsenal of... Continue Reading →

The Journey of Release

When we learn to let go, more energy flows and less effort is needed.   When we become overwhelmed and things are not going as planned, it is natural to hold tighter to our goals and try to force things... Continue Reading →

Thich Nhat Hanh: The Four Layers of Consciousness

The Inner Workings of Our Minds Abhidharma, Buddhism’s map of the mind, is sometimes treated as a topic of merely intellectual interest. In fact, says Thich Nhat Hanh, identifying the different elements of consciousness, and understanding how they interact, is... Continue Reading →

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