Category Archives: Mindfulness

Overcoming Divisiveness w/ #RevKit #ChurchAt11

Today’s Worship Service is entitled, “Overcoming Divisiveness”. Delve into your own spiritual calling to foster harmony and new growth. When you are challenged by what appears to be a broader divide in society, or when you’re experiencing conflicts within yourself … Continue reading

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#MindfulMondayNight

Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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#MondayMotivation #GetOutside #Cincinnati

From: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/a_scientific_reason_to_stop_and_smell_the_roses Robert Emmons, perhaps the leading scientific expert on gratitude, writes that gratitude isn’t just about acknowledging the goodness in one’s life but also “recognizing that the source(s) of this goodness lie at least partially outside the self.” Psychology … Continue reading

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#MondayMeditation #Storms on the Horizon #Murakami

When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about. – Haruki Murakami “Kafka on the Shore”

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#Wildflower or #Weed? #MondayMeditation

Our choices are influenced by our outlook. Choose to find the beauty in every moment.

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#MondayMeditation #LifeIsASong #Chilla

Chilla: a Sanskrit word meaning the practice or discipline of living for a chosen period of time making music during every waking hour. Planet Musician: The World Music Sourcebook for Musicians. Lieberman, Julie Lyonn, 1998. Meditate on that!

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Finding things in Common #FridayFeeling #ReligiousPlurality

from Swedenborg.com Zen meant giving up the love and sense of a separate self and living passionately in the moment so as to leave one open to the influx of wisdom and enlightenment. Zen included the notion of work or … Continue reading

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