In the present the waiting disappears. Sitting with some suggestions and bit of a timeless space aged story.
Keywords: Mindfulness, beach, antares, rocket ship, plume, orbit, sensation, body, be, sensations, community, intrusion, sound, sitting, change, wise view, gravity
Relaxing with mothers and memory and the present. Giving the mind a focus, that is relaxing, repetition required! One time will not do! It's simple—that's why it is relaxing— but not easy...
Keywords: Tulips, Mother's Day, meditation, insight, meditation, sound, training, approaching and helping, nature, warm, mind, sunflowers, opening, roots, seeds, establish, practice, training, connection, silence, illumination, woke
Guided meditation, sitting and walking and listening. Divine Homes not Divine Potholes. Another way to get to know inside for yourself and ultimately others.
Keywords: insight, meditation, mindfulness, walking, driving, dukkha, discontent, freedom, sounds
At the edge of a forest, in the rain, silky rain. Birds and ambient hum of distant automobile traffic. Semi-rural. With the changing sound field, a plane overhead—drop that story—drop the comparison with the crowing, back to the changing present.
Keywords: mindfulness, phenomena, Forest tradition, body contact, earth, standing, hum
Guided sense door focus transitioning into an excerpt from a topic related to the realtime versioning of reality that we each call experience and get all personal about...
Keywords: Mindfulness, meditation, dharma, ssimc, insight, mind, consciousness, virtual reality, the all, opinion, attachment, memory, New Yorker, virtual embodiment, Metzinger, patterns, stillness, emptiness, Joshua Rothman
Practicing in the snow, on a globe. Reality is always available. Concentration is optional but the more you practice the more likely presence in many different atmospheres.
Keywords: Mindfulness, Meditation, Spring, Conditions, Walking and Talking, Sounds of Silence, Moog, Reality, Breath, Breathe, Contact
Guided meditation, excerpt from a class at South Shore Insight. Simple yet, not easy to stay with... Being with and seeing clearly, crystal. Directing the mind, the heart, the body yet, yet, not attaching.
Keywords: emma, march for our lives, sit for your life, insight, peace, training, gun control, youth, buddha, wise view, hum, eight fold path, common sense, uncommon training, ease
Mindfulness is in wait, in the checkout line at super markets. It it really? Digestible. Natural. Easy. Well there are many layers to the what this word mindfulness, translated from the Pali word Sati, be pointing at. Gotta do it to really know it. Practice in silence, with others to make all the other fast moving world versions work...
Keywords: meditation, practice, mindfulness, ssimc, south shore insight, power loss, connection, community, delusion, layers, awkward, ideas, concepts, four foundations, ego, identification, precognitive, sit
Practice getting to know where your awareness is tending. Often, without practice, lost in the future or past or spacey vacillation, a wavering? Maybe steady? What is the reality of your present? A steady posture crucial for getting to know this subtle awareness.
Keywords: Mindfulness, foundations, la-de-da, present, confusion, mindfuling, sitting, vipassana, retreat, community, notice
Guided meditation into a demo for a highly produced segment I'm shipping off to WFMU for consideration. Maybe a weekly three minute thing like the included could work in the wilds of a non-commercial morning show known as Wake and Bake?
keywords: cake, breath awareness, mindfulness, insight, practice, audio rich, spring, bells, clay pigeon, new jersey, city, dead air,drive time
Concentration, Mindfulness, Equanimity — the Divine Homes, Intention and Walking. A lot of talk and quite a bit of meditation of three sorts: Mindfulness, Divine Homes, Walking practice— oh and Falling practice. From a South Shore Insight on a Monday last January in the season of invisible ice and reaction and falling.
Keywords: Metta, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy, Equanimity, mindfulness, walking, ego, learning to listen, eight fold path,
Guided meditation and talk on the different folds of the mindfulness practice.
Keywords: metaphor, simile, body awareness, breath, posture, mind, consciousness, crease, fold, ease, relax, seeing, turbulence, concentration, returning, itch, pain, sense
Mindfuling is appreciating each moment, in particular ways. A training, a practice. Remembering can be a practice too, and remembering with a soundtrack about the soundtrack! Well that can get complicated, you can get lost in music. Oblivion? Hmmm a little bit of that will happen but you don't have to get lost for long. Just come back. RIP, now.
Keywords: The Fall, Mark E. Smith, Mindfulness, Sound, Memory, Thinking, Slang King, Language, Hard Life, Punk, Low-Fi, Analog,
Awake and alert. Not red alert. Not the world is ending. Relaxed and practiced. Simple and awake. Breath is part of it.
Keywords: Guided Meditation, White Tail Deer, Forest, Herd, Group, Grazing, Ease
Conditions can be painful, so change them but they’re not ideal either — just sound, certainly not painful so suffering is truly just a option. But a more better option is Just Sound, no ideals, just sound. Awesome, actually soothing sound. Awake not asleep.
Kneeling can be a wise posture at times. Upright, easy breathing, another way to practice and appropriate at times, like in reverence to the stationary robot of the kitchen.
Keywords: Sonic, Sense door, mindfulness, concentration, just is, cycles, wash, machine, learning, training, studio, forest, domestic, negative degrees, cabbage, guided meditation, insight, robots
New Year's Memory Mash Up with the Papanca Synphonia. Not easy listening! Memory is active and triggered and trainable. Mindfuling of sound, just listen and notice when the mind starts doing more than just listening. Noise? New Ears?
Keywords: Kindness, For Old Times, Memory, Mindfulness, Distortion, Clear listening, Filter, the cocktail effect, silence
“For auld lang syne, my jo,
for auld lang syne,
we'll tak' a cup o' kindness yet,
for auld lang syne.”