Wisdom from Alan Watts teaches us to ignore the pressure to “finish strong” and “get it over with.” The point of dancing is to dance.
To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
What if life is not happening to you or for you, but rather through you?
We often don’t realize the habitual ways we tense against life, and how this impacts our physical health and wellness.
For centuries, scholars have pondered the meaning of the book of Kohelet. But beyond its meaning we can view it as a model of a meditation practice.
A real life exploration of the energy of the moment: disconnecting and coming home.
If focus is a muscle, we can strengthen it. Any good training plan will have this crucial component.