Many thanks for visiting Mindful Musings. This blog is an outgrowth of my Mindfulness meditation practice and experiences as a mindfulness teacher. It includes content, links, etc. I find inspiring as I develop my practice and teaching.
There are two aspects to my teaching: the secular, practical skill side and the devotional side. They are really two sides to the same coin, and no side is “better than” the other. Each side can be thought of as a door opening on one’s own inherent truth.
For some, the practical door is the most accessible. This door reveals tools and techniques for re-vision daily life. The pains, the upsets, the joys are grist for this mill and mindfulness offers more space, more ease in living and experiencing our lives. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a secular teaching program I use.
For others, mindfulness practice supports spiritual growth and deepens connection with one’s essential nature.
And for yet others, there is no distinction. All good. My wish for your visit is that you become more aware of the choices available to you, and that you find the door(s) that bring you peace and equanimity.
if you would like more information about my Mindfulness teaching programs and classes, please visit my website, Jim Gross: Mindfulness Teaching, via the link on the left.