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Daily Reflection Sit
Join us daily at 10:30 AM (Eastern)
DAILY SIT :: MAY 2020
May 01: BE HERE NOW!
NOTICE when the mind leans back into the PAST or forward into the FUTURE. Then, take a BREATH and Come back into the PRESENT.
May 02: Cultivating Patience
Moving back from the striving moment to make contact with the current moment.
May 03: Talk Nicely To Yourself!
NOTICE how you talk to yourself, then soften ... the Tone, the Volume, the Words, the Attitude. Create a Loving voice inside.
May 04: Briefly Acknowledging Afflictive Mind States
No need to add aversion to the challenging moment; simply return to the present kindly.
May 05: ordinary DELIGHTS!
Develop your delight radar. Walk through the world as if you are a honeybee looking for nectar.
May 06: Inviting Friendliness to the Dance
How is it Going in there Buddy?
May 07: Inhabit the Attitude of a Gracious Host
"This being human is a guest house." Greet whatever “self” is HERE warmly. “Welcome….What can I offer you to feel more comfortable?”
May 08: Holding a Wide Range of Emotion
Make room for both sorrow and delight.
May 09: Wise Attention and the Tale of the Two Wolves
What kind of attention are you cultivating? Wise attention NOTICES and LET'S GO of indulging the mean wolf. se attention
May 10: Happy Mothers Day
All mothers love as they love, given their causes and conditions.
May 11: Befriending the Pain We Carry In Our Bodies.
SEE, FEEL, & DISCERN experientially Holding and Being Held.
May 12: Settling Back
Inviting a receptive posture in practice.
May 13: Let the Breath Help You
How does the breath want to breathe to re-establish calm stability?
May 14: User Friendly Reflections on Karma
Seed your future in the present moment.
May 15: Short Practices Many Times
Let’s make use of all of the smaller moments when we DO wake up out of daydream, worry or upset and into the present moment. Bring the practice alive--right there--for a few cycles of breathing.