Tag Archives | Sharon Salzberg

Silent Sounds and Misophonia

This sound meditation was profound for me. I was listening to Sharon’s voice explaining sound as an object of meditation and anticipating: “this will be great, she’s got my full attention and I can’t wait to see what unusual sounds Read More


Just. Breathe. Inhaling peace, exhaling love. And again. with gratitude to Sharon Salzberg, and her team. Take care, sSs

Day 1

Thank you for the beautiful and gentle start to this program. I am grateful for how you normalize every possible experience during the meditation- mind wandering – just bring it back – breath changing, etc. treating myself with kindness is Read More

Real Happiness – Day One

Hello, The Real Happiness Meditation Challenge could not have come at a better time. The year is off to a sobering start. Fires rage in Australia. Impeachment hearings bring daily shocks here in the U.S. The coronavirus outbreak in China Read More

Day one

What a great way to start the day. Love the reminder that the breathe is portable!

#RealHappinessChallenge Day 27

It’s the next to the last day of the challenge.  Today’s lesson focuses on compassion and how we can reframe our difficult emotions from bad or wrong to painful or suffering.  The next step after the reframing is focusing on Read More

#RealHappinessChallenge Day 26

This lesson helps us to ‘connect to the boundlessness of life’ through loving kindness meditation.  @SharonSalzberg brings us towards caring for and connecting with everyone.  “Lovingkindness is a profound recognition that our lives have something to do with one another, Read More

#RealHappinessChallenge Day 22

The final week of the challenge is here and we start with #LovingKindness.  I have to admit, I had a hard time thinking of something good I did yesterday.  I know I did things – it was a very busy Read More


Doing three days of guided meditations in a row. : ) Here I am again embracing imperfection. . . .and so it goes and. . .

Day 5: Recognizing Distractions

The main reason I was originally hesitant to attempt meditation years ago is because of my ability to get distracted. And I’m pretty sure the main reason I abandoned my meditation practice in the past few months is because of Read More