In Tibetan the word for meditation is “gom,” which literally means “to familiarize.” Meditation practice is a powerful tool for becoming more familiar with positive states or mind, and less familiar with negative ones. [...]
By bringing our attention to the sensations of the breath, our thoughts begin to calm and our mind settles into natural state of balance. I invite you to try it right now with today's [...]
“When awareness is brought to rest on a neutral object, such as the breath, immediately every distressing thought disappears, and the mind becomes peaceful, sublime, and happy. These qualities do not arise from the [...]
Contentment arises naturally when we are fully in the moment. I invite you to experience contentment right now, with today's 5-minute audio guided meditation.