Have you ever felt overwhelmed? Trying to push a square peg through a round hole? When this happens, breath slow and deep. Sit back. Wait, be patient, and allow things to unfold more naturally.
Sep. 8 Sat. – 9 Sun, 2018 Meditation Retreat in Kyoto “Discovering Inner Peace in a Chaotic World” Dr. Barry Kerzin will lead a 2 day meditation non-residential retreat in Kyoto this September. The retreat […]
Meditation and mindfulness are like dance-partners. They each support the other gracefully. There are two types of meditation: focused (shamatha) and contemplative (analytical). Focused meditation also is translated as calm abiding, concentration, and single-pointed meditation. […]