From the Under 35 Project, Scott Lillico shares a short piece on mindfulness, spirituality and reflections on dealing with pain.
New from The Under 35 Project: A practitioner’s thoughts on grief, death, and the loss of a parent. By Christa Joy.
Kieran Cunningham issues a call to identify and eliminate “empties” – those loose, unmindful expressions we use on a daily basis.
A bizarre twist of events in Kathmandu led Jessica O’Neill into a meditation class – the place she was most scared to be.
Marie Rose White on what being ”Buddhist” really means to her.
Meredith Arena on what it feels like to be embodied and alone.
“They tell me that this is a story of courage,” writes Sarah Lipton. “For me, it is a story that has been waiting to be shared for years.”
Christopher Willard’s father’s magic trick taught him his first lesson on mindful awareness and the power of concentration at the age of seven
Meditating in a storefront window on Broadway tends to make you remember why you got into this whole mindfulness thing in the first place.
Kelly Lawrence on how writing haiku has helped her appreciate the beauty of the present moment, interspersed with haiku examples.