Kindness Meditation | February 2020

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Hello and welcome to #MondayMediMoments from San Francisco’s Twin Peaks! This is our last Monday Medi of the month; all month long we’ve been talking about love and the many expressions of love.

If you’d prefer to skip ahead to this week’s meditation, start this video at 4:16.

“Sense the energy of your heart connecting to the heart of all things, expanding into infinity and rippling back to you.”

– Deanna

Mindfulness lesson:

Be kind. The effects of kindness on our overall wellbeing are reflected in our nervous system, blood pressure, pulse, breathing, cortisol levels, and on and on; kindness affects everything! Be kind to yourself!

A powerful but simple way to be kind to yourself: set your intention. Review January’s Medis on intention. Having a clear intention for every action is important. When we lack intention in our lives, we end up doing things that are draining or that we simply don’t want to do.

Mindfulness exercise:

Seek out opportunities to be kind to yourself and others. Notice your intention (or lack of intention) for doing certain things or acting in particular ways.

“Rest gently in the space of your loving heart.”

– Deanna

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“Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.”

– Scott Adams

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