Something I've had fun doing this season is reading and trying new things. I've pulled books off my shelf that I hadn't gotten around to yet, ordered some new ones, and signed up for a couple online classes. And now they're making their way into my teaching, which is the way it is supposed to be :)
I'm currently practicing three different types of meditation, and I wanted to share them a little more in depth with you here. If you've tried meditation and didn't care for it, I encourage you to try again! Try a different method or have another crack at a style you've done before--you are in a different place now, and that can make all the difference.
Over the next few weeks I will describe or explain three different types of meditation. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it's a good start.
First, I'm trying the Buddhist practice of Shamatha-Vipashyana Meditation. My resource is Pema Chödrön's...