The practice of embodied mindful meditation opens the possibility to understand and transform our habits of dissatisfaction and distraction, and invites spaciousness and openness in our day-to-day lives. Becoming intimate, moment by moment, with living reality expands our life-perspective and attunes us to what really matters in life. We can invite the practice of mind-heart-body fullness and the reorienting, and inclining of the mind towards the natural capacity for well-being, contentment, delight and kindness.
Last night’s talk in a nutshell with a few added practical reflections. A brief interpretation of a somewhat enigmatic passage that occurs many times in the Suttas together with the Awakening-Factors and the 8-fold Path.