Meditation in Everyday Life

Meditation in Everyday Life

Living the Teachings in a Fast-Paced Corporate Environment

Working in a fast-paced corporate environment, Lita Sands applies key Joy of Living principles to not only keep her sanity but find connection and joy.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

What Can We Stop Doing to Help the Planet?

Like the mind, the Earth is imbued with resilience, enabling it to return to harmonious equilibrium if only we allow it enough time undisturbed.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

Are You My Perfect Partner?

Throughout our time together, we slowly learned we were not responsible for each other’s happiness. True happiness can only be found within ourselves.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

Keeping Your Balance in Today’s World

This is a very, very difficult time right now. Around the world, people are struggling with conflicts, intolerance and inequity, poverty, and the effects of climate change. The pandemic and other serious illnesses continue to create suffering, too.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

How to Do Walking Meditation

Even if you’re brand new to meditation, there’s one sensation you are sure to be familiar with: the stiff, achy feeling of having been sitting in one position for a long time. Even the most seasoned practitioner will tell you that protracted sessions of meditation can have the side effect of creaky knees and a numb bottom! Here’s the good news: this presents a wonderful opportunity to try walking meditation.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

Eating Mindfully

If our modern relationship to food had a motto, it would likely be borrowed from that potato chip brand’s famous slogan: “Bet you can’t eat just one!” There’s a lot to unpack in that playful dare, but it certainly sums it up.

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Meditation in Everyday Life

Dealing with Hostility

The person with an aggressive mind is restless and discontented. They don’t sleep well, unable to find peace. They obsess about the harm they imagine their opponents might cause them, and how to get the upper hand. The idea that drives them is that their enemies can be overcome by way of anger. But in reality, when one’s mind is filled with anger, one’s enemies will increase, not decrease

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