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Let’s face it. We don’t all see eye to eye on everything. In this story, I share my first experience realizing just how different our impressions can be. What I learned? We all live in our own reality.January 7, 2018
What is enlightenment really? Is it some kind of ultimate experience? In this post, I consider a different solution while imagining a story behind a Zen koan. What does an old woman’s journey up a mountain reveal?December 23, 2017
Meditation has a way of changing our perspective on many levels. In this post, I talk about my first experience of pure perception and how the world changed before my very eyes.December 22, 2017
Although the whole emotional spectrum is likely involved, John Sarno believes that the primary emotion responsible for chronic pain is unconscious rage. This post is about a time when I let my rage be conscious.December 19, 2017
Nothing takes us farther away from the present moment than being completely lost in thought. This post considers how we deal with the thinking mind and why it’s so important.November 18, 2017
Kimberly Holman is a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Instructor with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maine and an M.A. in Religious Studies from Naropa University. She practices Bön Dzogchen Meditation under the guidance of her teacher, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche.