Breathe. Compassion. Gratitude. Where there is breath, there is compassion. Where there is breath, there is gratitude.
I came across this website yesterday on the history of a civil war in Cambodia in the 1970s. I was thinking to myself maybe it is good to read about and remember such events of atrocities, so as to be continually in touch with human sufferings and pains. I usually tend to avoid dwelling too… Continue reading Living an examined life and making peace with ourselves
Video information Dan gives very condensed introduction to breath therapy and why it is so useful – connection to life span, clearing conditioned memory imprints, applications in daily life, to reach peak performance, also spiritual aspects of being and using this method… Enjoy! http://www.breathmastery.com May 2010, Vilnius, Lithuania. This illuminating video summarises the benefits of… Continue reading Breath therapy
Yes, I have come to learn that forgiveness is for our own sake and not because the perpetrator deserves our forgiveness. It is simply not worth losing our peace and health over what others have done to us, and the best thing we can do is to keep a safe distance from them as long… Continue reading Words of comfort for those who have been hurt
“Accept your past without regret, handle your present with confidence, and face your future without fear.” ~Unknown I find this a simple yet profound quote. From my understanding, the practice of mindfulness is the practice of living in the present moment with confidence that love is our present reality in the here and now where… Continue reading The present moment is our true home
“There will come a day when people of all races, colors, and creeds will put aside their differences. They will come together in love, joining hands in unification, to heal the Earth and all Her children. They will move over the Earth like a great Whirling Rainbow, bringing peace, understanding and healing everywhere they go.… Continue reading An Ancient American Indian Prophecy
I came across this interesting website while finding time to rest from work. I thought it is a simple yet important exercise to do nothing for 2 minutes, though it may not be as easy as it sounds, since I had to resist the urge to just do something even while I was resting earlier… Continue reading Zen and the art of doing nothing