Addressing Distraction

Distraction effects us all the time. But it is blatantly obvious when one is trying to meditate. Arising thoughts can be seemingly purposeful or not. Examples of such include thoughts related to work, family, friends, or one’s self, cravings for kind words or an easy day or a taste on the palate. These seem to … More Addressing Distraction

Non-interrupted and smooth = flow

Step 3 of The Practice of Living Awareness is flow. If we sit and simply experience the breath, two qualities or characteristics become apparent: that the breath is constant and has a smooth texture. Both indicate non-interruption. A modern life seems almost predicated upon interruption. Allow yourself to fully experience how many things and people, … More Non-interrupted and smooth = flow