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Pamir Kiciman
Pamir Kiciman is an Educator in Japanese Reiki with classes in Fort Lauderdale in South Florida.
Pamir Kiciman is an Educator in Japanese Reiki with classes in Fort Lauderdale in South Florida.
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Join me TONIGHT at Zen Mind Space: Guided Meditation for Anxiety. Located in Wilton Manors / Fort Lauderdale, Guided Meditations for Emotional Healing will be held every Thursday.

Guided Meditation for Anxiety - Thurs 8/16 6:30 pm
Register: https://www.vagaro.com/zenmindspace/classes

#meditation #healing #emotions #awareness #anxiety #stress #panic #ocd #relaxation #breath #southflorida #fortlauderdale #wiltonmanors
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The critical element in meditation practice is beginning again. Everyone loses focus at times, everyone loses interest at times, and everyone gets distracted over and over again. What is essential, and also incredibly transforming, is realizing that we have the ability to begin again, without blaming or judging ourselves, without thinking we have failed, without losing heart, we can, and need to, constantly be beginning again.

— Sharon Salzberg

#meditation #practice #focus
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In meditation we can reconnect with our heart and discover an inner sense of spaciousness, unity, and compassion underneath all the conflicts of thought.

The heart allows for the stories and ideas, the fantasies and fears of the mind without believing in them, without having to follow them or having to fulfill them.

When we touch beneath all the busyness of thought, we discover a sweet, healing silence, an inherent peacefulness in each of us, a goodness of heart, strength and wholeness that is our birthright.

— Jack Kornfield

#meditation #heart #compassion #unity #healing #thoughts #mind
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In meditation you withdraw from others and focus your attention inside to gain purity of mind and wisdom energy. Then you must become extroverted and use this energy. When you take a long jump, you must first take some steps backward. Then you run, and make the jump. Like this, you first withdraw, observe yourself, develop clarity and unlock the wisdom. Then you make a long jump into society, to serve society. These two steps cannot be separated.

— S.N. Goenka

#meditation #action #wisdom #clarity #service
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Meditation practice brings our neuroses to the surface rather than hiding them at the bottom of our minds. It enables us to relate to our lives as something workable.

— Chögyam Trungpa

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Meditation is not a matter of trying to stop thinking or make your mind go blank but rather to realize when your attention is wandering and to simply let go of the thoughts and begin again. It is a way of changing our relationship to our thoughts, so we’re not so consumed by them, with no sense of space. Having a newly spacious relationship to our thoughts brings both peace and freedom.

— Sharon Salzberg

#meditation #mindfulness #thoughts #mind
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My latest post to close out the year, on my blog: Year's End is a Mindfulness Moment

"Let’s all learn how to stop for long stretches of healing time. Let’s all champion pauses in the everyday hustle and bustle. Let’s notice one another. Let’s find our breath again when we take it for granted."

#mindfulness #healing #meditation #spirituality #peace #heart #silence #balance #care #contemplation
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Mindfulness practice begins to open up everything. We open our mind to memories, to emotions, to different sensations in the body. In meditation this happens in a very organic way, because we are not searching, we are not pulling or probing, we are just sitting and watching.

— Joseph Goldstein

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In beginning the path, we need to be willing to confront ourselves directly, without either wishful thinking or harsh judgmentalism. Through the practice of meditation, we are constantly brought back to working with what is, rather than with what might be; we are constantly brought back to “square one.” So at the heart of the very personal journey of meditation practice is the willingness simply to be who we are. It is a process of acceptance rather than one of manipulation.

— Judith Lief

#meditation #path #acceptance #journey
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