Tag Archive: meditation

Jan 26

Meditation and Multitasking

Within the past two years, I made two significant changes in my life: I began practicing mindful meditation, and I decided that my lifelong habit of multitasking had to stop—or at least be reduced to doing two things at once rather than three or more. The result has been greater peace of mind, less stress …

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Apr 20

Loneliness in the Modern World

How often have you felt lonely while in a crowd? Are you in a long-term relationship yet feel hollow and alone? Do you often feel like you’re drowning in an ocean of people yet there’s no one to rescue you? The late psychoanalyst Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, who was the inspiration behind the book I Never Promised …

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Mar 02

5 Ways To Turn Your Life Around

Is your life going the way you want it to? If you are like me, you’ve woken up on many mornings with a lingering, haunting question in your mind about what you could do to turn your life around. Then you let yourself be caught up in the bustle and drama of your existence and …

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Dec 29

Choose Consciousness

A few weeks, I found a cell phone while I was taking my morning walk. The back was missing as was the battery, but I kept it anyway, slipping it into my pocket. On my return trip on the other side of the road, I spotted the backing in a pile of leaves. It took …

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Nov 18

Life, Relationships and Baggage

I was thinking about life, relationships and baggage the other day and realized how much they have in common. This isn’t an association I thought about when I was in my 20s or 30s or even 40s, but now that I am approaching my sixth decade, I find myself contemplating the structure, reliability, and essence …

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