Intentionality II

Hello Friends and Subscribers,

This is our second entry in a ten-part, ten-week series.

If you’re late to the series, you’re welcome to listen to the first installment here.

This exploration is fluid, so there’s no need to listen sequentially — the entries reflect the content, meaning they are circular and improvisational in their form. Rather than presenting a program, we journey into Being first, and let Becoming — living intentionally — emerge.

The reflections and meditations are joined thematically and dynamically, meaning you won’t find a bullet list to get you from point A to point B.

Practicing awareness, and practicing together, allows us to Become. We create space around things. In that space we appreciate what is, and Being allows us to listen more deeply to the Whisper that guides, inspires, directs, and leads us to thrive, as the endless demands of the ego, the pain body, and the habits that keep us stuck begin losing their grip.

This is a practice, and the practice begins in this moment.

Thank you for joining us. Every person and every practice brings peace to the world and her sorrows.

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Today’s photo is a cluster of Paul Robeson heirloom tomatoes ripening on the vine in the garden, edited with a Color Pop filter.

Being Into Becoming 2020 © Julia Haris

 

Cool video on Twitter that you don’t want to miss:

A myoisin protein dragging an endorphin along a filament to the inner part of the brain’s parietal cortex which creates happiness. (Video)

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