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Nothingness

Guiding a meditation event earlier this evening, mid-way through the workshop I was able to slip into a meditative state of mind in an instant. Completely relaxed and peaceful, inwardly focused yet outwardly aware, I was, at some part of … Continue reading

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The Anger Game

It is a curious game of the mind. A trigger brings about a wave of anger. Afterwards I watch my mind racing; like a player chasing an invisible ball, covering an elusive distance; empty miles on a treadmill. I find … Continue reading

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Yoga’s magical broom

About to teach a Yoga class earlier this evening, my mind was distracted. Some minor yet upsetting business-related incident that took place in the afternoon was still bugging me, refusing to be shaken off. Like an annoying tiny pimple, sprouting … Continue reading

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