Our work for this month

As Sylvia Boorstein frequently reminds us, the moment in which the mind acknowledges ‘This isn’t what I wanted, but it’s what I got’ is the point at which suffering disappears. We are here now, the future is always  uncertain. Our practice is to stay grounded and be open to what arises in awareness

The practice of mindfulness is very simple.

You stop, you breathe, and you still your mind.

You come home to yourself so that you can enjoy the here and now in every moment

Thich Nhat Hahn, Silence

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