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Mindful Speech: Using Your Words to Help Not Harm

When we want our kids to express themselves in ways other than tantrumming or throwing peas at the dog, we say “Use your words.”  But I often wonder, do adults really know how to use our words skillfully, in ways that … Continue reading

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How Thoughts Get in the Way of Being Present

If just one word were to go in a time capsule to represent our society right now, the word would have to be “mindfulness.” Mindfulness is in every book title, workshop, conversation, idea, and everything else we now encounter.  We’re a society obsessed with mindfulness.  … Continue reading

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When We Can No Longer Silence Our Truth

This week something remarkable happened—change happened. When a long-present way of feeling or behaving transforms, I view it as a miracle, a gift of grace. Two months ago, a dear friend, someone I consider family, asked to borrow money.  I’m working … Continue reading

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Meditation for Peace

Nancy Colier leads us on a journey from the head into the body, from the noise and chaos of mind into the stillness that’s always here, now, awaiting our attention. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1073710322

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Meditation for Peace

Nancy Colier leads us on a journey from the head into the body, from the noise and chaos of mind into the silence and peace always awaiting us, here, in the body, if we’re willing to bring our attention to … Continue reading

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