You're walking through a forest. In the corner of your eye, something moves. What was that? A deer? A crow? A squirrel? To answer this question, the best thing we can often do is to stand still. When we stand sill, the background of the visual field also becomes still. And against this background of… Continue reading Stillness Helps Us To See.
One evening several years back, I joined a group of long-term meditators at the Birmingham Buddhist Centre. I remember very little from this evening now, but one moment still stands out. At some point during the night, we were all asked to share one thing that we wish we had known at the start of… Continue reading Don’t Feel Like Meditating Today? 5 Tips to Keep Practice Regular