Tag Archive: Mindfulness

Treasure Hunting

I went on Google Maps Looking for my treasure I got up in the loft Looking for my treasure Didn’t find a thing though Just a few amusing photos And one big old… Continue reading

Stop And Take A Sip

The other evening as I meditated Left a castle dark and ill fated Got in the meadow Felt the sun And saw another shadow Alongside my one Get out here into the light… Continue reading

I, I, I

I am the flap of the pigeon wing I am the drop of rain The sounds filling the air And the ears to hear I am a moment A collection of circumstances I… Continue reading


Happiness, it’s a weird one.  Something long hunted, but always found so very close to home.  Literally in us.  So simple it can seem impossible.  Indeed, the first version of this had a… Continue reading

This Crafty Old Mind

This crafty old mind It makes mountains Out of every mole hill it finds In that chaotic haze of thoughts Reality becomes buried I go blind And all the time my inner peace… Continue reading


Young and old gather On the shores of infinity Going to a place of mindful peace Along the road of asana, kriya and surrender David James Horn ©  

Presence In The Present

Mindfulness is an ancient practice.  As contemporary now as it was at it’s conception.  Mindfulness has helped so many to make more of life – whether it’s a tool through depression or  just… Continue reading

The Beauty of Mindfulness – by Milan Bakrania

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
When was the last time you gave your brain a rest? Can you remember a time when you were not regretting the past or worrying about the future,…