"Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment." -Buddha
A very dear friend and spiritual sister shared this sacred moment with me and I felt it was too special not to share with you all. I hope you can find peace and sense of well being, that you can take just 15 seconds to sit with yourself and enjoy this natural right of connecting with the Universe and those around you. I hope you find this same sense of ease in your heart that I felt when I saw this river and in my own meditation practice. ❤️🙌🏽. I send you love and compassion and an open soul. 🙏
Jah Bless -----------------------
Need help with meditation??? The simplest technique is to count your breath. Find somewhere quiet, where you feel safe, close your eyes, and count how long it takes to inhale and then how long to exhale. Repeat. It's not a competition, so don't worry about how long each breath takes. Just notice how it feels in your body, mind and soul as you breath. Aim for 10 breaths like this and Repeat daily. 😍🤗🙏
Get wet in Hawaii. Waikiki beach is located in the South coast of Oahu. Many big brand hotels are available in the area. Good restaurants, cafes and some food trucks. Parking the car was a bit tricky, but my suggestion is to try it early morning and you should be fine. Great place for young families with little kids. Loved it. Photo by Mauro Risch 📷
So our dog loves his kennel which is good because every time we leave the house we have to put him in there. We have tried to leave him loose in the house a few times but then watch him with a camera. He just won't calm down, he races around, pulls things off the counter, jumps over the couches etc. We would love for him to be able to have the freedom of the house when we leave but he just doesn't do well! He doesn't do any of those things when we are home. He is a 2 year old golden doodle. We have tried to give him his favorite long lasting treats like a frozen kong and we have tried easing him into it like keeping him outside our bedroom door for periods of time but that doesn't seem to make a difference. Have any of you had this same issue with your pup? Give us some new things to try?