28 Days of Meditation: Day #15, Karma

Welcome to your fifteenth day of this daily practice! Today’s meditation is below. Find a comfortable seat or a good place to meditatively contemplate. Take a few breaths in and out at a rhythm just right for you. Enjoy your own silence first and notice whatever is present at the beginning of this guided practice. When you are ready, listen to the recording.

“Karma” is 19 minutes, 22 seconds long. There is a bell at the beginning and end of this offering.

As this sacred time comes to a close, notice again how you are. What draws your attention?
If you can, witness the awareness that is you. Stay in meditation as long as you would like.

Namaste.

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“If we could untangle the mysteries of life and unravel the energies which run through the world; if we could evaluate correctly the significance of passing events; if we could measure the struggles, dilemmas, and aspirations of mankind, we could find that nothing is born out of time. Everything comes at its appointed moment.” – Joseph R. Sizoo

“The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself.” – Anna Quindlen

“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.”

– Aristotle

“Meditation is not a technique to master; it is the highest form of prayer, a naked act of love and effortless surrender into the silent abyss beyond all knowing.” – Adyashanti

“The body tells a story. It is, in fact, a living autobiography.”

– Elaine Mayland

“This sky where we live is no place to lose your wings so love, love, love.” – Hafiz

“The sacred is the reality of you. It’s the reality of everything.” – Adyashanti

“The symbols of the self arise in the depths of the body.”

– C.G. Jung

“Eye contact, gentle touch, warmth in our voices, and caring words are balm for your child’s being.” – Patty Wipfler

“When hearts are open and awake, we bring warmth and blessings to our community and the world.” – Jack Kornfield

“If you find an intelligent companion,
A fellow traveler,
A sage of good conduct,
You should travel together,
Delighted and mindful.”
– The Dhammapada, translated by Gil Fronsdal

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, because what the world needs is people who have come alive!” – Howard Thurman

“We cannot say that there is no past or no future, only that past, present, and future occur in the timeless Now.” – Dorothy Hunt

“Healing is being present with what is, exactly as it is.”

– Rain Elizabeth Stickney

“The point is to learn from whatever is experienced, whether it’s liked or disliked, beautiful or ugly. Everything will teach us if we let it.” – Ajahn Amaro, Finding the Missing Peace

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