Gratitude As A Revolutionary Act
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Gratitude as a Revolutionary Act

The conditioning from our culture trains us for dissatisfaction—that somehow we need things, that we need to look or be a certain way—taking us away from our birthright to be happy in our skin. Gratitude work is liberating. It is subversive.…
Learning From Dandelions
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New Self-Paced “Learning from the Dandelion” Online Course

Over the past year, I've been working closely with Rakefet Hadar, founder of SoulPages. She has most generously offered me the opportunity to post some of my courses on her platform. I'm happy to announce my first self-paced mini-class, Learning…
Tourist hiking in aspen grove at autumn

Inspiration from the Aspens

This guided meditation was written shortly after the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others. We are suffering, our country ravaged by the fires of racism, police brutality, and violence. I am broken by the cruelty…
Pyramid of sea pebbles on a sunny sand beach. Life balance and harmony concept
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Meditation for Managing Pain or Discomfort

When you're in pain, it impacts more than just your body. It spills over to your emotions, thoughts, and interactions with other people. The widespread use of opioids shows the desperation to find a way to manage chronic pain. Mindfulness meditation…
Wild Forest Bird Common Starling Sitting In Branch Tree In Sprin

Finding a Neutral Anchor for Meditation

When we meditate, it's a common practice to include an anchor—a safe place of grounding as we practice awareness of the present moment. The anchor also provides an intentional place we can return to when we notice our thoughts have wandered.…