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I recently had the pleasure of hanging out with Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche, the author of Living Fully: Finding Joy in Every Breath.
I’ve edited his words slightly or you can watch the video and hear him for yourself. His enthusiasm is wonderful and inspiring — and shows that there’s hope for all of us!
We love this piece by Patricia Monaghan, coauthor of Meditation: The Complete Guide, about finding the right form of meditation for your personality type. It made us wonder what your favorite form of meditation is, and we'd love for you to tell us in the comments section under this post.
In his new book, John Selby offers a new way to quiet your mind, brighten your mood, and set yourself free.
Of course you want the turkey to be done. You'd like the mashed potatoes to keep warm, the stuffing to stay moist and the gravy to taste homemade. You're hoping the pies turn out, the guests turn up and the TV gets turned off. You'll be grateful to have it over with, but can you take a week of hectic cooking and turn it into a mindfulness practice?
The sages did, and still do.
How strong are your presence and attention?
Take the “Presence Quiz”:
1. Do you have a short attention span?
2. Do you get distracted easily?
3. Is it hard for you to focus on one thing for very long?
4. Do you feel overwhelmed from having too many choices?
5. Do you multitask more often than not and consider yourself a “heavy” multitasker?
6. Do you forget some of the everyday tasks you need to do?