by Linda Modaro
Like awareness, a photograph can catch a moment in time, say a thousand words, and express a mixture of mood and feeling. The view co-mingles with clarity, shadows, and other unknown elements.
By looking and re-looking, we have access to so much more than what appears in the frame; what we were thinking at the time, the way we fit in our bodies, our relationships with the location and people with us.
Momentary awareness can’t stand alone. It has companions.
A cooperative approach to meditation allows the sense door of your mind to open; open to your intentions, to your dreams, to your memories, so the creation of your life can be reflected upon and integrated into a daily living practice.