On Aug 16, 2017 matt perry wrote:|
Say yes to life takes courage from a place of acceptance that the universe is just right. My own experience is that even when I am not living presently and maybe caught up in a story of not enough that I can come back quickly to the realisation that all is OK that even the negative feelings I may have been experiencing were there as a lesson for me. Thanks for sharing the beautiful writing.
On Nov 1, 2016 Matt wrote:|
I love this Buddhist concept of meditating on death, I have done it on retreats before and very occasionaly at home and it is something I think I should bring into my practice more regularly. The reflection of the glass already broken is a useful one for me, it is a very simple way to describe the impermanence of everything. One thing I like about what Eckhart Tolle has to say about being present is Watching the Thinker - this means (as I understand it) that if we always have just a small amount of our being watching our thoughts we are in fact present. Namaste
On Sep 20, 2016 Matt Perry wrote:|
This is a beautiful piece and very timely as I traveling to the Equadorian Cloud Forest on Thursday. I have always felt an affinity with trees, I love hugging them, I love leaning against them and meditating. I enjoy thinking about the concept of time when I engage with trees, I wonder what a tree would say if you asked it what time it was. Tomorrow is the UN World Peace Day and as part of my celebration I am planting 2 Olive Trees with the children I work with at our NGO www.mundolibre.org.pe I hope you all can share a moment tomorrow to celebrate this day.
On May 17, 2016 Matt perry wrote:|
I find lack that spending no time alone - even if I am meditating to slowly produce a lot of unwanted noise in my body and I can become irritable, a simple walk in nature is often all it takes to enable me to loose the shackles of claustrophobia but real time alone away from all and in silence is a blessing that can re-charge my soul.