Activism

Activism

Miranda shares the poem: “What I Have Learned So Far” by the beloved Mary Oliver. May her teachings and insights live on.

“Be ignited or be gone”

Are you acting when you feel called to act? Miranda discusses and invites thought around what you’re doing with what you’re waking up to. Activism can show up in so many different ways. This concept of Meditation as a practice of radical activism is apparent. How can we care about ourselves and others simultaneously? There’s this special place right between giving and receiving that may invite us into action. What does that look like for you? Listen to this podcast >>

Love

Love

When life gets stressful, what space are you creating for yourself— one of unconditional love or one of isolation?

Miranda talks about how we often let all the ways we love and care for ourselves fall away when life gets challenging. What would it take to say in those moments of deep uncertainty, of challenge, of tragedy, whatever it may be, “can I keep letting the wellspring of lovingkindness flow?“ Listen to this podcast >>

Pause for Peace Guided Meditation with Dr. Paul Epstein

Pause for Peace Guided Meditation with Dr. Paul Epstein

Listen in to this relaxing guided meditation. Dr. Paul Epstein, ND, has been leading the charge to bring awareness to the mind-body connection for over 30 years and he will be at Copper Beech Institute in a few short weeks! In his private practice, Dr. Epstein integrates naturopathic principles with mindfulness meditation and other life-changing mind-body therapies. Listen to this podcast >>

Enough

Enough

Miranda discusses her recent moments of feeling deep satisfaction around “enough”. This sense of “this is plenty” and encourages us to ask ourselves what’s enough for us? The sense that right now is enough is a choice. Often times, we get caught up in a certain way of thinking and being that moves us away from our joy and satisfaction. But if we tenderly climb off the hamster wheel, the joy of this practice is that we can learn to be with those parts of ourself that crave feeling enough and actually have it now. We can in fact, learn to cultivate the sense that what’s here right now, is enough. Listen to this podcast >>

Non-duality

Non-duality

Miranda talks about non-duality and how there really isn’t this separateness that we believe there is. It’s us that creates the separation. What does it look like to be in non-duality? What does it look like to not create separation in the experiences in your life?

When we work with pain of any kind, it’s not that mindfulness or meditation fixes it all, it’s that we start weaving a bigger basket to hold it all. How can you seek the middle space where everything exists and everything can be held?

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