“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ― Howard Thu…
Icewine Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake Last week, we talked about how the practice of seeing clearly seeds possibilities. This week, let’s reflect on ho…
And the value of boredom
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been exploring ways to see more clearly by expanding perspectives, including the experience of wonder. In order to do th…
“While drawing grasses I learn nothing “about” grass, but wake up to the wonder of this grass and its growing, to the wonder that there is grass at all…
“We see from where we stand.” ~ Haitian Proverb A few weeks ago, we touched on the topic of memories; in how they are triggered through our senses of t…
The Illusion of Attention
Requires letting go
Smell and Taste
“When a person is said to be grounded, they are considered capable, knowledgeable, and solid in their abilities. Grounding calms and regulates the flow…
“Speed hides all subtlety, and reality is subtle.” ~ Arthur Zajonc, Meditation as Contemplative Inquiry The ancient Greeks had two words for time: chro…
“Remain still long enough for perception to dilate and take in the unknown.” ~ Stephen Nachmanovitch, The Art of Is Here in Niagara we’re slowly emergi…