Category: Meditation

Wellness Mini-Wins: You Don’t Need An Hour a Day

Photo by Andre Hunter on Unsplash A version of this article was originally published by Whil.com We spend more than 40 percent of our precious waking hours engaged in habitual actions, according to a 2006 study at Duke University. That’s a significant chunk of our lives, therefore it’s important to understand. Let’s break down the

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Put Stillness At The Top of Your List

The holiday season is well underway. How are you doing? If you felt “crazy busy” before December arrived you’re probably feeling crazy-crazy busy now. Ironically, in order to have the stamina to keep up and enjoy the season of light we need to do the complete opposite. We need to slow down and come to a full stop. We need

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Give Up Control for a Happier and Healthier You

As seen on Huffington Post Contrary to popular opinion, letting go doesn’t mean being lazy or passive. It doesn’t mean to dissociate or let the world pass you by. Letting go means saying yes to what’s happening right now by allowing the moment to unfold without your having to control or manipulate it. Letting go

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Finding Time in Silence

Last week I retreated into silence during a few days at Pendle Hill Retreat Center with meditation teachers Scott and Nancy McBride. The power of a few days away is a true gift and I’m grateful for the opportunity to sink into quiet to get clear. I’m inspired to share an excerpt on silence from

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Trading in Unworthiness for Kindness

Meditation teacher and writer Sharon Salzberg tells the story of meeting his Holiness the Dalai Lama at a conference in India in the 90s. Upon asking the Dalai Lama about the concept of self-hatred, he expressed confusion and asked his translators to explain. According to Salzburg, after a few minutes of whispering and giggling with

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Why Stillness Should Be at the Top of Your Gift List

The holiday season is well underway and how are you feeling? If you were busy before December arrived, no doubt you are even busier now! How are you feeling? Ironically, in order to have the stamina to keep up with and enjoy this time of year, we need to conserve energy by giving ourselves permission to slow

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Stoked By Fall

Slam, slam. Rev, rev. And away we drove from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the beautiful Berkshire mountains, away from a five-day retreat called Being Fully Alive: The Joy of Clarity, Strength, and Freedom, away from a fantastic few days with my teaching partner Jennifer Schelter and our new best friends, and

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Life on the Verge: Waking Up in Hero’s Pose

On this last day of a week at Jake’s Resort in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, I am once again blown away by the extraordinary power of retreats. Stealing away from life, to pause and practice, has a way of always turning me inside out. So much has shifted for me in a mere seven days here—and

Read More »

Wellness Mini-Wins: You Don’t Need An Hour a Day

Photo by Andre Hunter on Unsplash A version of this article was originally published by Whil.com We spend more than 40 percent of our precious waking hours engaged in habitual actions, according to a 2006 study at Duke University. That’s a significant chunk of our lives, therefore it’s important to understand. Let’s break down the

Read More »

Put Stillness At The Top of Your List

The holiday season is well underway. How are you doing? If you felt “crazy busy” before December arrived you’re probably feeling crazy-crazy busy now. Ironically, in order to have the stamina to keep up and enjoy the season of light we need to do the complete opposite. We need to slow down and come to a full stop. We need

Read More »

Give Up Control for a Happier and Healthier You

As seen on Huffington Post Contrary to popular opinion, letting go doesn’t mean being lazy or passive. It doesn’t mean to dissociate or let the world pass you by. Letting go means saying yes to what’s happening right now by allowing the moment to unfold without your having to control or manipulate it. Letting go

Read More »

Finding Time in Silence

Last week I retreated into silence during a few days at Pendle Hill Retreat Center with meditation teachers Scott and Nancy McBride. The power of a few days away is a true gift and I’m grateful for the opportunity to sink into quiet to get clear. I’m inspired to share an excerpt on silence from

Read More »

Trading in Unworthiness for Kindness

Meditation teacher and writer Sharon Salzberg tells the story of meeting his Holiness the Dalai Lama at a conference in India in the 90s. Upon asking the Dalai Lama about the concept of self-hatred, he expressed confusion and asked his translators to explain. According to Salzburg, after a few minutes of whispering and giggling with

Read More »

Why Stillness Should Be at the Top of Your Gift List

The holiday season is well underway and how are you feeling? If you were busy before December arrived, no doubt you are even busier now! How are you feeling? Ironically, in order to have the stamina to keep up with and enjoy this time of year, we need to conserve energy by giving ourselves permission to slow

Read More »

Stoked By Fall

Slam, slam. Rev, rev. And away we drove from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the beautiful Berkshire mountains, away from a five-day retreat called Being Fully Alive: The Joy of Clarity, Strength, and Freedom, away from a fantastic few days with my teaching partner Jennifer Schelter and our new best friends, and

Read More »

Life on the Verge: Waking Up in Hero’s Pose

On this last day of a week at Jake’s Resort in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, I am once again blown away by the extraordinary power of retreats. Stealing away from life, to pause and practice, has a way of always turning me inside out. So much has shifted for me in a mere seven days here—and

Read More »
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