When I began to meditate I had the hope that I could explore some of the inner workings of my mind and find something of interest there.
After all; meditation is simple, right?
April 2, 2013 by Kelly Murphy Under inside out, kelly murphy, life, yoga Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Life from the Inside Out
Life has its ups and downs. Certainly some of us experience them more than others. They can be small (getting over a cold, receiving a note of appreciation) or large (being laid off...
January 14, 2013 by Ian Gartshore Under connecting, ian gartshore Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Connecting With One Another
This famous saying from John Lennon reflects a paradox in our lives. Many of us would like to have a peaceful ride, enjoy the present moment, yet we can’t help but make future plans...
January 3, 2013 by Sophie Rose Under Life Happens, sophie rose Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Life Is What Happens To You While You’re Busy Making Other Plans
The Chinese Year of the Serpent begins on the new moon of February 9, 2013. As the serpent is a symbol of healing and rebirth, it’s an ideal time to benefit from the transformative...
January 3, 2013 by Mary Ann Moore Under Beaver Bluff: The Librarian Stories, Hidden Lives: Coming Out on Mental Illness, Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi, The Tastes of Ayurveda Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Books for Body, Mind, Soul
In his autobiography, My Experiments With Truth, Mahatma Gandhi narrates his experience with eating meat, smoking, drinking, stealing and subsequent atonement. Later, in his reformed...
November 13, 2012 by Kelly Murphy Under kelly, murphy Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Tell It Like It Is…
Ramblings of an Old Flower Child: Truth, Righteousness and the Slippery Slope to Hell
I cannot help but notice the prolific posts on the net asserting various truisms, imperatives...
November 5, 2012 by Helena Green Under flower child, green, helena, ramblings, righteousness, truth Posted in PONDERING, SPIRIT | Comments Off on Truth, Righteousness and the Slippery Slope to Hell
In the heat of revved-up current information barrages, lists make sense. We can scan and absorb them faster than denser prose. I recently visited some of my favourite lists. And I...
October 5, 2012 by Kelly Murphy Under blame, effective yogis, inspire, need, self talk Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Seven Habit of Effective Yogis
In this age of technology and materialism, when many wonder what tomorrow will bring, the resurgence of spirituality is a natural phenomenon. For centuries, people have turned to religions...
September 8, 2012 by Sophie Rose Under practise, sophie rose, spiritual Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Why And How To Pick A Spiritual Practice
Dancing on the Razor’s Edge
As human beings we have been granted consciousness (being self aware) and free will (choice). Yet these blessings have both rights and responsibilities...
September 6, 2012 by Helena Green Under flower child, helena green, ramblings, razor's edge Posted in SPIRIT | 1 Comment »
Experience, not mixed with wisdom, is a thin thing. ~ Unknown
The Dalai Llama suggests that we do something new every year at the very least. My first spiritual teacher, a fierce Buddhist...
August 10, 2012 by Kelly Murphy Under contribution, experience, kelly murphy, reflection, yoga Posted in SPIRIT | Comments Off on Creating Experiences
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