Meditation + Talk: Finding Refuge – Why and How, in Turbulent Times

Meditation + Talk: Finding Refuge – Why and How, in Turbulent Times

This Wednesday Night Meditation, included a 35-minute guided meditation and 45-minute talk and discussion about being Finding Refuge – Why and How, in Turbulent Times, inspired by this quote:

The great gift of a spiritual path is coming to trust that you can find
a way to true refuge. You realize that you can start right where you
are, in the midst of your life, and find peace in any circumstance
.”
– Tara Brach (from her book, True Refuge)

I hope you find it helpful, and you are welcome to join my free Wednesday Meditations – open to everyone!

Meditation: Finding Refuge – Why and How, in Turbulent Times

Talk: Finding Refuge – Why and How, in Turbulent Times

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Generosity itself is a beautiful practice that opens and gladdens the heart, relaxes the contraction of “self,” and ripples out into the world to touch many people – and perhaps, eventually, even oneself.

Additionally, many expressions of generosity are not about money. People offer attention, encouragement, and patience many times a day. Sometimes we withhold when it would be so easy, actually, to listen quietly for another minute or to offer a word of appreciation or simply a look that says, “I’m with you.” Try being a little more generous for a day and see what happens.



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