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A word.

Today, Sharon’s soothing voice calls upon on “to see if you can feel just one breath…feel the breath from the beginning, the middle to the end. Maybe there’s a word.” and then, just like that, “Stomach” is the word that Read More

silence and more

Sit 9:30 till about 9:50 Sometimes the process of the “sit” gets too involved. Making time to listen to Sharon’s post.  Making time and space to sit, preferably without interruption from wandering, wondering family, fitting it in before or after Read More

Speak to Me/Breathe

It’s interesting to consider the level of interaction we have with ourselves during this “magic moment” of realizing our thoughts have wandered away from the object of meditation. For me, this amounts to literally a fraction of a second in Read More

Counting the Breath – Some Stuff is Weird

The technique shared with us in today’s meditation was a bit different than what I was expecting. When I read the title “Counting the Breath,” I thought the count would be connected to the length of the inhalation and the Read More

Beginning Again – Already

It’s only Day 3 and I’ve already skipped a day of blogging, so today I begin again! So far I’ve enjoyed the format of Sharon’s meditations in that they are brief and easily digestible. Knowing that I don’t have to Read More

Our Train Has Left the Station

It’s not often that I look forward to the beginning of February. Historically it is a dismal block on my calendar, dotted with the anniversaries of a few not-so-pleasant events, sort of hanging in this purgatory between the comforting stillness Read More

29 days of February

February will be here soon and I’ve signed up for the 28 day challenge with Sharon. I already have a daily practice so to meditate daily is not much of a challenge for me, but blogging about it will be! Read More

It Gets Better by Tamara Craiu

Concentration Game: It Gets Better

As I’ve made space to meditate daily in the past month leading up to & during the Real Happiness challenge it’s begun a chain reaction of change.  Nothing dramatic or worth spending to many words on but I’m beginning to Read More