Being present requires every ounce of our being to be still,
so we can be a silent witness to our process or someone else’s
without censoring it.
It’s staying open to what is happening and following it as it shifts and morphs
into whatever emotionally, physically or spiritually wants to express itself.
It’s holding space and attention for full body presence,
not filtering it but rather being accepting,
in much the same way you might deal with a screaming infant or toddler,
that has fallen and skinned his/her knee.
When we can bear witness to ourselves and others without judgement, ego, or having an agenda,
we clear the debris and shine our brightest light as we weep our deepest sorrow.
This is the gift of deepening our relationship with self and others and
living a healthy happy life filled with gratitude;
And it is gratitude my friend that is what truly brings us true joy and happiness.
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Happy Hump Day my friends,
Some of you asked about my training last week. In a nutshell this is the essence of my work whether I am sitting in meditation, prayer, doing a life coaching session, meditating, teaching yoga, giving a Craniosacral session or any other body work session. I could be sitting waiting for the light to change from red to green or doing the dishes. Do I do it all of the time? I do try but as we all know, the mind has a mind of it’s own. But if we can catch ourselves in the act, when we drift away and readjust and bring ourselves back to the present moment our lives become a walking meditation.