Loch Kelly, one of the great teachers of our time, shares his insights and open-hearted awareness with the Mindfulness+ community in this opening and enlightening interview.
The great poet, David Whyte tells us, “What you can plan is too small to live.” In what ways might the smallness of your planning being blinding you to a deeper grace, a greater truth?
In this longer meditation, Thomas guides listeners into an exploration of their timeless, boundless nature.
Thomas tells a story of an encounter he had with his grandfather recently, and the unexpected moment of Presence that shone through 26 years of estrangement.
As we deepen in our awareness practice, our fear tends to increase exponentially. Paradoxically, it is in this fear that we can find our greatest freedom.
William Blake wrote, “If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is: Infinite.” How do we cleanse these doors? How do we come to see the Infinite? Get a taste, right here.
Thomas draws from Christian and Buddhist Wisdom texts to offer insight into what true forgiveness might consist of.
Thomas guides a longer meditation, pointing out the moments when it might be most helpful to “bear down and ease up.”
In this conversation, Thomas talks to his longtime dharma friend, Vicki Kennedy-Overfelt, about finding a home on the spiritual path.
This week we dive a bit deeper into practice by taking refuge in the presence of a being whom we deeply trust.
Thomas explores and dissolves the lines and boundaries we somewhat arbitrarily draw across our experience.
In this longer guided meditation, you can learn to gently balance your awareness across the senses. The result is a state of enlivening and joyful Presence.