Compassion

  • 02/03/2015 - 7:48am

    I missed writing to you the last couple of weeks, as I was sick. I caught one of those exhausting viruses going around, and it's been a two week recovery.  Being forced to slow down and rest was a good opportunity to reflect and recognize that I had not gotten myself back into healthy habits after the holidays. Too much sugar, no trips...

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  • 02/21/2008 - 2:03am
    Dear readers,

    I like to post here a couple of times a week, but as you may have noticed recently I have not been posting as much as usual. The reason why is chronic pain. It's hard to be creative and outgoing and energized when you are immobilized by pain, as any of you suffering from chronic pain of some kind or another know. I've...
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  • 10/02/2007 - 6:17pm
    While our brain's interpretation of sensation may be fooled into perceiving seperateness, there is a part of our being that knows and can sense that everything is interconnected and moving in relation to everything else. We may not always be aware of the interconnection between everything in the universe, but we have this wisdom inside of us....
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  • 10/02/2007 - 6:28pm
    There is a very simple Buddhist technique for developing compassion, which also happens to have the side effect of training the body to relax deeply while experiencing uncomfortable emotions. Use this technique first for developing compassion for yourself - for any difficulty, ill-health, frustration, pain, worry or concern that is weighing on...
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