Remembering Hellmut

One hundred of us stand or sit. Tables with water, breezes bringing Coolness to our sweat drained bodies. Our attention focuses as one man’s life captures our imagination. Memories of kindness, cello, trees, choir, painting. Our hearts hear the message, feel the pull to not leave this earth without living. Create while we birth, work,Continue reading “Remembering Hellmut”

Walk Slow/Breathe Deep

“Walk slow and walk like you’ll never be back again.” Loni Bergqvist, as stated by an elder on El Camino I do not personally know Loni, but I felt her fellow pilgrim spirit as she shared her story recently. She walked the Camino in 2013 and I walked in 2017. As do many, she wasContinue reading “Walk Slow/Breathe Deep”

An Embodied Journey

This appeared as my morning reflection (by Jon Kabat-Zinn):      The rehabilitation of the body, in the sense of fully inhabiting it and cultivating intimacy with it is, however it is, is a universal attribute of mindfulness practice… Since it is of limited value to speak of the body as separate from the mind,Continue reading “An Embodied Journey”