Mindfulness

Gratitude

Authored By: 
David Romanelli

Gratitude

Almost everyday while walking to my gym on 4th Street and Broadway in New York City, I see a woman siting on the street.

While many people living on the street are desperate or deranged, this woman has an odd dignity.

She has a gas fueled burner on which she warms her food and drink. And as I walk into the gym each morning, I actually see her savor her food, not so much like a starving person but like a foodie at a fancy restaurant.

On a late Fall day, I saw her say "goodbye, see you in the Spring" to the wilting flowers. She sits with elegant posture.

About the Author: 

Founder of MeditateON, Creator of Yoga + Chocolate, Yoga + Wine, Yoga for Foodies, Author of Yeah Dave's Guide to Livin' the Moment, Host of Yeah Dave on uLive.

Meditation

Authored By: 
Mike McNally

Reprogramming the Human Bio-computer

Meditation is a catalyst for experiencing comfort and equanimity. At times those feelings expand into a translucent experience of our holistic nature – an awareness of an essential ‘presence’ that permeates the world. Some pragmatists suggest that such experiences are merely a rush of endorphins that create a physiologic euphoria. I prefer to believe that meditation facilitates a connection with our mystical nature, the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty that our dull faculties can comprehend.

About the Author: 

Mike McNally

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