• It is as important to have formal practice each day as it is to eat.
  • Use your meditation practice as a welcome oasis from doing, an opportunity to be, without strategy or agenda. Play with a few techniques, then stick with one you choose.
  • When you hold the hand of your friend, do it with alertness. Watch the energy.
  • Practice mindful breathing and/or mindful walking to embrace your anger.


Set the timer for a silent meditation that starts and ends with bells.



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