Tall Mountain Mindfulness and Meditation

A Self-Compassion Practice

A wonderful self-compassion meditation from the Lion’s Roar magazine. It is usable by anyone, anywhere. I practice a similar one myself and it has helped me greatly during difficult moments. May it be of benefit to you.   Meditation: Be Kind to Yourself

The Goodness in People

I have been reminded of the goodness in people lately. While travelling with an injury that prevents me from using my right arm fully, several strangers have stepped up to help me stow my bag on planes or stabilize it while I search for something inside. When we landed in Bangkok last week, a Thai …

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Important questions posted in the corner of a temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand. With the space, calmness, and focus that comes from meditation, we can start to ask questions and get a glimpse of what is actually happening as opposed to what we think is happening. 

Workshops for Educators and School Staff

Starting in March 2018, I will be offering online mindfulness and meditation workshops for teachers, managers, and school staff. They include important topics such as stress-proofing, role-stress, and time-pressure. We can support our students and colleagues from a place of greater calm and clarity. Specific details and dates will be posted on www.tallmountainmindfulness.com/events/ 

How Are You Living Today?

“Yesterday is already gone. Tomorrow is not yet here. Today is the only day available to us; it is the most important day of our lives.” – Thich Nhat Hanh How are you living today? Is it laying a foundation for happiness tomorrow?

Real or Imagined?

Good morning dear friend, The following quote stuck out to me in one of the books that I’ve been reading lately. I’d like to share it with you all: “The human nervous system cannot tell the difference between a real or vividly imagined experience. What you rehearse over and over in your mind conditions you…you …

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