continuing the 10-day mindfulness challenge for your Lenten season intention
A common phrase I used with my children when they were developing implements for their communication toolbox was, “Use your words; hitting is not ok.” And it was a useful instrument that led to many discussions about how harming another body in such a way communicates a lack of regard for that person. Then, after… Continue reading Use Your Words – but to transform
A creative masterpiece is the result of a succession of little strokes, tiny marks, a single idea and then another.
Mindfulness practices are prevalent and pervasive, and their effects are well documented and understood. At the same time, their techniques devoid of the context from which they were derived (for example, relationship with God) limit the potential and capacity these practices hold for greater wellbeing and wholeness.