What if? … this week we make a special effort to notice something good in every person we encounter and even if we do not know them we “imagine” something nice?
Assumption Abbey was a little slice of heaven. In the middle of nowhere, Missouri, just off of highway “roller coaster.” If you’ve ever driven in the Ozarks — you know what I mean. “Everybody! Hands up – wheeeeeeeeeee!”
Drumming circles used to scare the *bejeezus* out of me! Years ago I avoided them at all costs. Rather, I am the car drummer, practicing solo on the steering wheel at 70 MPH down the freeway…
We will! We will! Rock you – slap, slap! Rock you – slap, slap!
I learned it wasn’t really about me. Drumming is all about the vibration of the group and raising our frequency with each strike of the drum.
Both guided or silent meditation methods provide more access to developing our own intuition, our own wisdom and our connection with the Divine that is within us. Learn how to develop yours!
Silent meditation methods prove very powerful, relaxing and will provide tremendous benefits as you start your day. We recommend starting your day with meditation and then concluding your day with meditation. Silent meditation definitely has its benefits as do guided meditation.
This was forwarded to us from one of our Adironnda followers and is reprinted here with permission by the author. I think it is a beautiful representation of the peace that comes out of chaos. ANNE THOMAS 3/14/2011 Things here in Sendai have been rather surreal. But I am very blessed to have wonderful friends […]