How to Stay Grounded in a Time of Transition (Step Seven)

December 5, 2022   |   4 Comments

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Meditation practice begins at 8:05.

Dear Open Heart Project,

Welcome to the 7th video in our 8 video series! In this series, we have already discussed Right View, Right Intention, Right Speech, Right Action, Right Livelihood, and Right Effort. This week, I offer some insights into step seven, Right Mindfulness.

I have so enjoyed being in this exploration with you. I hope you have found it beneficial.

I’d love to hear how this all landed with you. Please feel free to leave thoughts, feedback, ideas, insights in chat. It would be most appreciated.

Love, Susan

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  • Posted by:  Patty Weyhrich

    Thank you for leading this practice Susan. I found it particularly helpful this morning and was able to focus, and at the same time aware of how often my mind strayed. Then focusing on the breath again.

  • Posted by:  Chris

    Thank you Susan for sharing your practice. You are an inspiration I always look forward to them.

  • Posted by:  Kevin J Waters

    It’s Been a While since I’ve Responded . Right Mindfulness is one of my 1st. Reflections in the AM. There are Times Although during the course “Where I Have To Return To The 7th. Step” . You , and some Other’s Have Taught Me / Given Me the Tools To Again Center Myself, and That is primallary “The Breath”, and it Has Yet To Fail Me, If anything I Fail Seeing That Solution Early On. I am Extreamly Greatfull To You For Being There To Teach / Remind me of The “Tools At Hand”.
    Thank-You Susan, Namaste !!

  • Posted by:  Larni

    Thank you for making these sessions so accessible. I am truly enjoying meditation and the changes it brings to my day to day experience. Life seems a little lighter.

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