When I think of people who seem to embody mindfulness, something they share in common is the quality of graciousness. There is a sense of fluidity and grace to how they engage with the world – they’re not barging through the day lost in self-centred pre-occupations.
‘Generosity is the bread and butter of feeling connected in our lives — to ourselves, to others, and to life itself. And it’s a practice.’ Sharon Salzberg
When I think of people who seem to embody mindfulness, something they share in common is the quality of graciousness.
This week’s blog is a contribution by Michelle Morris: When I was a young child I would imagine going to a place with animals that I loved, this gave me a deep feeling of calm and safety. We all have the capacity to create positive mental images and positive mental talk, which can trigger positive emotional body […]
‘My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.’ HH the Dalai Lama Meditation is sometimes described as the two wings of a bird – one wing is insight, and the other compassion. Another way of describing insight is to think of it as greater clarity, having more awareness of what is going on in […]