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Rabbi Jonathan Omer-ManIntegrity is the ability to listen to a place inside oneself, that doesn't change, even though the life that carries it may change.
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Today in class at Think Head First, where I teach resting, relaxing, while staying alert and awake to yourself. I read the following poem, which describes so well the feeling many people suffer when they hit their head and are … Continue reading
Felt-Sensing and the preciousness of an ordinary touching moment This popular saying, “the eyes are the windows of the soul” came spontaneously to mind, when I saw a photo, which a dear friend of mine took. We had just finished … Continue reading
This 2 week pilgrimage begins with 2 nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, my hometown, with guided meditations and walks to help you arrive and settle. Then we hike up to the foot of the Alpspitze; spend 3 nights at a simple mountain … Continue reading
What would happen if you allowed life to move through you? Moving with versus resisting. Not getting trapped in thoughts and beliefs, judgments and plans. Just going along with what is. Period! Sunday morning. I am waking up. No agenda, … Continue reading
Consciously Roaming the Places of my Upbringing Gruess Gott my friends, I am back in Park City! After having a memorable time in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and its surroundings, I am home and inviting you all to take part in some … Continue reading
Lila and Zen ” If you are basing your happiness on things that will change or go away, like your home, your job, money, relationships, even your body, you are in for a lot of suffering.” by Pujari Keays
“At the pace of creation, all things breathe the same way. So, when we slow and open and center ourselves, we breathe in unison with all of life, and breathing this way we draw strength from all life.”
Whether our intention is to change ourselves or some element of the world around us, we cannot simply wish for transformation or hope that our lives will be altered through circumstance. If our patterns of thought and behavior remain unchanged, … Continue reading
I use yoga to jump into the outdoors and enjoy the Utah backcountry. Playing in the snow, soaking up the sun and taking in the vistas makes me come alive! Flow to Ski from Martin Lentz on Vimeo.