Food For Thought
Since February 2020 when COVID started, I’ve been leading mindfulness practices twice a week, for free. My intention is to give you resources you can use on the spot, whether you’re new to this, or have prior experience, so you can cope effectively with anything you’re dealing with. These sessions include guided practices, explanations and practical tips – spiced up with readings, poetry and other surprises. They’re free, and they’re yours to keep forever.
People tell me that this regular ongoing support has helped them stay grounded and strong
despite these challenging times. They’ve maintained their sense of perspective, and their sense of humor. They feel resilient.
Want that for yourself?
Who are the significant mentors and teachers in your life?Did you interact with them in person? Or maybe your paths never crossed directly, but their work and teaching had a significant impact on your life. I’m dedicating this practice to the memory of one of my...
This was adapted from my teaching in honor of New Year’s Eve 2022. The issues are relevant all year round. When you turn the calendar from the Old Year to the New, or even from one month to the next, what does that mean to...