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The Silence that Heals and Nourishes Us

Excerpt from “The Practice of Mindfulness” by Thich Nhat Hanh posted by Lions Roar Mindfulness practice should be enjoyable, not work or effort. Do you have to make an effort to breath in? You don’t need to make an effort. … Continue reading

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Get Up, Stand up

Excerpt from “Buddha Mind, Buddha Body” by Thich Nhat Hanh About 150,000 years ago, humans began to stand up on their feet and their hands were liberated.  Once they liberated their hands, their brain began to grow very quickly.  Buddha … Continue reading

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In beauty may I walk…

This prayer is part of a nine-day Navajo ritual called the “Night Chant”.  Reposted from Wildmind.Org –  Blog link and Full Chant Text Link In beauty may I walk. All day long may I walk. Through the returning seasons may … Continue reading

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The Miracle is Walking on Earth

Walking with ease and with peace of mind on the earth is a wonderful miracle.  Some people say that only walking on burning coals or walking on spikes or on water are miracles, but I find that simply walking on … Continue reading

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