Compassion is, at once, the goal, the lesson, and the tool rolled into one “I love you” for ourselves … and for others.
What I found at the Shaolin Temple was that I couldn’t find peace; I had to learn instead to be at peace with what I found in me… both the warrior and monk.
The path — whether it be in the Himalayas, the yellow brick road or Broadway and 74th — is the destination itself. And that’s real-life spirituality for ya!
This is a beautiful story from Sharon Salzberg about the power of opening our hearts and being authentic in the course of conducting our work.
With courage, open your heart and ride the stallion as you let go and allow life’s beautiful opportunities to flow in.
This week I invite you to extend your mindfulness practice from the meditation cushion into your work life with these 5 tools for mindful meetings.