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Previous Comments By 'mamta'

The Practice Of Soft Eyes, by Parker Palmer

FaceBook  On Aug 14, 2018 mamta wrote:

 What surfaced within as I read this beautiful post, is that I need to hold myself with love and compassion when I wish to have soft eyes, but respond with narrow eyes.


Who are you, really?, by Kosi

FaceBook  On Nov 18, 2014 Mamta wrote:

 I have had this profound sense of inner knowing a few times now in different contexts, once during a soul plan reading, once during a Reiki retreat, and once during meditation at a QiGong retreat. It seemed like, I knew the truth of these insights that arose, at soul level, some of this was surprising - as in me, can I really be that! Some was accompanied by a flood of emotion. And yes, it seems like I have to let go of attachment to some misperception that has held me back from some of these realisations. I trust that with time, as more of such misperceptions are released, more inner truth will conitnue to be revealed. As I am more at peace, and present, and in my body, I will continue to be able to connect with my inner truth.


Reaching Underneath Our Protective Shell, by Pema Chodron

FaceBook  On Nov 6, 2013 Mamta Nanda wrote:

I love the Buddhist mindfulness technique of 'Breathing in - I am aware of the feeling, breathing out - I send it love'. This helps me to accept and acknowledge what is coming up without judgement and hopefully helps it to flow through me rather than get suppressed.
Thanks for this article Pema, just what I needed to be reminded of today.