letting the ‘lil blue bird go

letting the ‘lil blue bird go

They had become lost in the woods taking this turn and that walking circles, and winding paths through mist clinging sun dappled, darkened trees In a clearing the man Looked at his hand now covered in fur canine teeth protruding down from his jaw a guttural rumble, a...

Remembering the Dead

A suggestion, from a wise man I once knew. That the dead yearn to be remembered. And the time to do this is dusk.. or the last light. Bear one who is now gone, in your heart – while you read them a poem, sing a song or simply remember… Like, comment,...

Subtle Body Awareness *1

Skip to 3.33 if you want to miss out the context and get right to the practice.

Practice on your own initially, start with following sensations that you feel for 5 minutes, gradually building up to 10, 15, 20 – 30 minutes as your capacity increases.