Street side musings in Flagstaff.
Tag Archives: Mindfulness
The sun shines through the window in the corner of my eye. I blink and awake from a stupor of past and future meaninglessness. I am in and out, in and out. Present, future, present, past, future, present, past. A wind blows by and stirs up the warm smell of pine: present. A thought sailsContinue reading “3.30.15”
I step out of the house and the severe, biting cold hasn’t hit me yet. I hear a voice yell, “Bus,” to my left and I see the yellow boat careening up the road. I look over my shoulder to find the source of this noise. A boy, maybe fourteen, in jeans and a hoodie,Continue reading “25 Degrees”
Peace and Sleep
The breeze, as it passes through the trees, is made audible by the yet fallen oak leaves. One of these leaves detaches, takes flight, catches on the wind, and then lands at my feet. I sit here above the creek with turmeric tea steaming in my face. My belly is full of veggies and IContinue reading “Peace and Sleep”
Every single moment is a miracle. Can you imagine how different your life would be if this truth was at the forefront of your awareness every step, every breath? I thought to myself, I haven’t noticed any synchronicities today. A voice replied, “You haven’t been paying attention”. The world and its existence is a miracle.Continue reading “Miracles”
I wake up and I can feel my stomach, my guts. It feels empty. I can also feel my heart in my chest, which in contrast, feels full. My shoulders need a constant reminder to relax, drop away from my ears, chill out. I can breath clearly through my nose this morning without the neti.Continue reading “Morning Meditations”