This video says it all. I am thrilled to be back Vlogging, Blogging, and Podcasting on a topic that feels so timely, so vital to our personal and communal well-being: Presence. Specifically how we cultivate this within ourselves for our personal benefit and the benefit of others?
Please take a few minutes to receive this transmission from my heart to yours. What does Presence mean? Lean in and I'll tell you.
Please enjoy this Guided Meditation I've just created to guide you into an experience of cultivating and holding presence for yourself.
Or by downloading below.
In 2014, I created a full-day, Stay-at-Home Retreat. With so many of us staying home and working from home due to the Coronavirus, this seems to be the perfect time to offer it to you as a gift. The focus of this retreat is Metta—Lovingkindness practice.
A complete schedule of activities and all materials needed to do the retreat are provided. The retreat kit includes links to 12 mp3s, most of which are guided practices & meditations, 6 handouts (pdfs), including invitations to express your creativity (through art), walking meditation and mindful eating.
To receive this at-home retreat (with my audio guidance), SUBSCRIBE to this blog. The link to download will be sent to you in a welcome letter. SUBSCRIBE by entering your info in the green box on the right side of this page. That's it! Thank you for joining me in the practice of Presence.
If you are viewing this post on your phone, scroll down until you locate the green subscription box.
a calm, open-hearted space of welcome & service.
I'm glad you're here. Welcome to this space of exploration, deepening understanding & the practice of presence across traditions.
Receive an email notification when new reflections and podcasts are posted.
Dr. Janice Lynne Lundy (PsyD, DMin, MPC)
is The Gerald May Professor of Spiritual Direction & Counseling at the Graduate Theological Foundation. She is an interspiritual director/mentor, educator and counselor who has been pointing people back toward the Sacred for nearly thirty years.