Clear Sky Blog

Learning to Trust

Community – I guess for some people this is easy, yet for me it’s an area that I have struggled with for many years. It feels like climbing Mount Everest.

So, for a month, I pretended that my teacher hadn’t said what he did.

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Learning that I can’t be a community of one

“So often in my life, I’ve wanted to feel included, engaged, and to be relating with others, but I’ve found that there’s a true connection lacking.”

Board Member Dan O’Brien writes about one of the insights he has had being part of Clear Sky’s virtual and physical community.

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I never get sick

Do you get sick? I don’t know what that feels like – because I don’t get sick. Sure, I may willingly let myself crash at convenient times, such as after final exams or a major project at work. But that’s just because I need the rest. Before you know it, I’m back at it. I

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Four Ways to Revitalize your Meditation Practice

Habit is the opposite of mindfulness.

Structure and routine are your friends.

If you accept either of these as true, take a moment to think about how they work together. Take meditation, for example – how do you find a balance between having a steady meditation routine and not letting your spiritual practice stagnate?

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Do you smell that, too? I think we need to talk..

I have an astute sense of smell. In fact, I usually smell things that others don’t want to. If there’s a festering thought in the air, or feeling left unspoken, chances are I’ll smell it and the scent will nag at me until I find the source. Like many of us, admittedly, I’m way better

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