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Smashing the Wagon

It is so interesting to think about “falling off the wagon” when it comes to meditation. I did meditate yesterday, but I didn’t do the “official” meditation of this challenge. Listened to Day 6 and Day 7 this morning and Read More


The word I landed on in today’s meditation is trust. Having just moved across the country, I am fluctuating between excitement and some primal fear/survival coming to the surface. Everything is okay. Truly. But being so far out of my Read More

I’ll Make a Mental Note of That

I really caught myself…the mental note “thinking” came with judgement the first time (“thinking ALWAYS thinking}), that sort of exasperated tone that lets me know I’m too hard on myself for my busy mind: the endless to do list, the 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

All Dharma as Dreams

I am not new to meditation, but I am new to blogging. I come to it with ambivalence; it has a very narcissistic feel to it for me. On one hand it is nice to keep a record of your thoughts Read More