On being goal less

Last night at my meditation group I  got in a discussion about goalless practice. This is a Zen thing – the idea that the state you are in at this moment is perfect and goals imply that you are imperfect in this moment and that you need to somehow change. This idea of not having […]

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“The most dangerous distractions are the ones you love, but that don’t love you back.” James shared a really great article with me in the comments of my post from yesterday.  It has me thinking about my list. The idea from the article is to limit yourself to 5  goals. Anything else is a waste […]

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How I want to spend my free time

write Read (1 hour every day) Practice ukulele (go through that Bluegrass Ukulele book I bought 3 years ago) Draw (go through the “Drawing on the Right Side Of The Brain” workbook I bought 4 months ago) Knit (Already doing – in the morning with coffee) Photography (of course) Running/yoga (alternate days) Meditate (20 minutes […]

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The Awesome List, revisited

Oh Look! I found these  posts from a few years ago: 100 things to do before I go. Unfortunately I only made it to 40. I thought it might be fun to revisit these. . 1. Visit Pompeii – yep. Still very fascinated. I will visit someday.  2. Visit Florence and it’s museums – Yes, yes, […]

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