Letting Go of the Ego Self
When we meditate, we breathe and we let go of tension in our bodies, and the constant thoughts in our heads. We breathe and let go. We breathe and let go.
And it turns out, when we make that a steady practice, over time we become less attached to, less driven by, less compelled by our thoughts, our beliefs, our personality habits, and our emotions. We become more able to access the Inner Light, and live more centered and loving lives.
We have meditation groups through the year to help each other be steady in our practice.
Sue is our associate and contemplative minister. When you’re ready to start, talk to her. She’ll get you connected.
A guided self-examination on the theme of our current lesson. Explores our brain's unconscious tendency to frame others in two categories, inferior or superior. Take a few moments of self-examination, and as always, talk with a spiritual friend, about what you see...
This practice has been one of my most helpful forms of self-examination (Doug). It's a meditation on what makes it onto my to-do list (and why it makes it there). Instead of an online meditation, this recording is a description of the practice. Get something to write...
A self-examination meditation, considering the balance between doing and not-doing, productivity and not-productivity time. Turns out both are essential for living well. Have a listen. And, join the chat group, talk to one another about our experiences.
A simple mindfulness meditation to help us become more aware of how constantly our thoughts dominate and control us. Join us. And, join the chat group to talk about your experience and hear about other’s.
"That's Just The Way She Is!" (maybe no.)
A meditation on specific ways we respect others. Are you?