I have a new book review up on Meditate Like A Girl – go Check it out!
I couldn’t resist adding this one. I have a new article posted over at Meditate Like A Girl, and just had to share it here. Go!
How about this – two new articles in one day! I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed Michael Carroll’s book “Fearless at Work”. While I had hoped I would enjoy it since Carroll is a teacher in the Shambhala lineage I study, I was overwhelmed by ideas and inspiration after reading his book. I love it [...]
I’m so excited – my dear friend and mentor Jan Lundy and I had a *wonderful* time interviewing Marc Allen last month. I reviewed his book for BuddhaChickLife previously (click here to go read it) and so I was excited to ask Marc questions. He and Shakti Gawain founded New World Library and publish books by a couple [...]
Don’t miss this book review from author Marc Allen of his new book – Magical Path Just go here!
Just wanted to let you (yes, all two of you) know that I’m still around and writing. Work has been extraordinarily busy, so expect to find new posts related to business soon. I just sat a Shambhala Level 2 retreat and it was very powerful and subtle at the same time. I’m sure that will pour out [...]
So I was talking to a friend the other day who was exploring meditation for the first time. He mentioned his explorations to his mother who then launched into him about why does he want to be a Buddhist and give up all his worldly possessions. He was hurt by her assumption and tried [...]
I was thinking the other day about creativity and why I seem to have lost it over time. In my cube at work I have a picture that my seven year old niece made for me at Easter. She loves to draw, as most little girls do. She will draw a picture with anything [...]
So I work in an office. In a cubicle, lined up perfectly with other cubicles. Some people refer to this as a “cube farm”. I work in building with four floors, with the top three floors all having the same concept of being solid enough to hold up rows and rows and rows and rows [...]
Go find your Sacred Stall. If this is your home, then it will be easy to chose where to sit. You can take a moment and catch up with yourself. Breathe. Stop. Stop pushing to do anything other than what you’re doing right now. Feel your feet – do they hurt? Feel your legs – [...]
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