The practice of remembering

Lately, I’ve been writing about remembering. About returning. There is this voice that I hear. The more I unplug from the many voices around me – the many distractions. This voice grows stronger. Steadier.It sits in my centre, like on a throne. And it is ready, at all times.It is ready to bring me back.…

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You are

You are far more than the sum of your thoughts, ideas, opinions. Rest into what lies beyond, and feel it nourish you, give you life. Pause, pay attention to the breath, feel into the space around it, and rest there. Wishing you a beautiful weekend. 💕

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Staying open and letting go

Awareness brings clarity and empowerment. As we become aware of what arises in us, we can choose what to let go. There is no point in resisting what is already here, but we can practice seeing it all for what it is. By connecting to our presence, we can more clearly see what is ours…

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This is not self-improvement

Something I’ve noticed over the years in the spiritual- or self-development realm, is how easily the path can lead us to self-criticism. This usually leads to nowhere, except possibly to more feelings of shame, and more judging of ourselves and in turn others as well. Non-judgement is often talked about as one of the most…

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Turning arrows into flowers

“What we call obstacles are really the way the world and our entire experience teach us where we are stuck.” This quote is by one of my favourite Buddhist teachers Pema Chödrön. It’s from her incredible book When Things Fall Apart, which I highly recommend to anyone looking for wise words on how to meet…

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Breathing anchor meditation

I want to share one of the most simple mindfulness meditations, sometimes called a breathing anchor. The beauty of our breath is that it is always there with us, so it makes it a very good tool for focus and concentration, as well as a tool for connecting more to our own body and sensations…

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