Being alive, Haiku, Poetry

A meditation

Time in time. Breath ever lasting. Time ceases.   When I am feeling the pressure of time, I allow time to meditate on time. I watch time flows in my will and out of my will, once again a reminder of my presence in time. Significant and insignificant. Essential and not. © 2021 FlorenceT Copyright… Continue reading A meditation

Being alive, Living life, Poetry, Reflection, Spirit & Soul, The Self

A meditation

These past few months have been a meditation of sorts - on the meaning of life not on the grand scale but on the minutiae of everyday living, mine; and on the impact this life has on those around me. We live in relationship to each other after all, whether we acknowledge it or not.… Continue reading A meditation

Contemplate, Music, Spirit & Soul

OM SO HUM

It's that time of the year... and demands on us heighten. This is a beautiful meditation to lighten the load for a little while, and to refresh your senses through the vibrational forces within. So Hum is a contemplative meditation which translates to "I am That". "That" meaning all creation and the universe.    … Continue reading OM SO HUM

Being alive, Pain, Poetry

I breathe

  And so I breathe Deeply This breathe of life Watching it flow through me Across the memories Like a balm Soothing This flesh trembling In the aftermath Of fire scorching Ripping through veins Bloodied wounds Seldom seen And so I breathe Deeply For momentary comfort - FlorenceT [Edited: Image included 1 Nov 2016] ©… Continue reading I breathe

Living life, Spirit & Soul, The Self

Halfway there – an update

It's the halfway point for Mindful in May. May which seasonally is autumn here in Australia. I have meditated daily for 2 weeks now - honoring a commitment I made. Well, a good cause motivates. Also having told the world about it, well, this lady's got pride! 🙂 So far so good, and loving it.… Continue reading Halfway there – an update

Living life, Spirit & Soul, The Self

Meditation? For love and power…

"The point [of meditation] is not to improve yourself …but to come back to who you are, the awareness that is your birthright” These are the words of Jack Kornfield, who facilitated the first session of the 'Love and Power' weekend retreat. Jack Kornfield quoted Zen master, Suzuki Roshi who when asked to talk about… Continue reading Meditation? For love and power…