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Sister Dang Nghiem comments that, “It is entirely possible to create new, mindful, positive habits. This is certainly possible with the practice of loving speech and deep listening toward ourselves.

During meditation, practitioners are usually instructed to either sit with a lowered soft gaze or close their eyes.  We discussed this in a previous article on “Meditation: Eyes Open or

Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche comments, “To cultivate a steady mind independent of circumstances, we must work with the mind itself. Working directly with the mind uncovers the inherent quality of meditative

Meeting Anger with Awareness and Compassion by Clayton Micallef “Turn to that place in you that knows you are angry. What knows you are angry is itself not angry.” by

Centered and Wide Embed Eyes Closed or Eyes Open: Sharing From Personal Experience by Clayton Micallef Read on Substack

Centered Embed Meditation: Eyes Open or Eyes Closed by Clayton Micallef Should you practice meditation with you eyes closed or your eyes open? Read on Substack

Embedded Post Right Now, Is My Life by Clayton Micallef “When it comes right down to it, the challenge of mindfulness is to realize that ‘this is it.’ Right now,

In answering the question if mindfulness practice can lead to an embodied wisdom, it is best to start with the foundation of why we practice meditation.  Primarily we meditate to