True Presence

What are the attributes of true presence? How do we learn to cultivate and activate them? Cheri Huber advises us that, Only presence gives us what our hearts long for. So simple, easy, beautiful and affordable! Costs us nothing; gives us everything. – Cheri Huber Her close friend, Ashwini Narayanan adds, With practice, it becomes […]

A Gratitude Practice You Can Do

I just read about Cheri Huber‘s delightful gratitude practice. This is certainly a gratitude practice you can do. Here is what Cheri says: Spend one week saying only kind, caring things to yourself. Say thank you at least ten times an hour, direct five toward yourself and five to the world at large. Compliment yourself […]

Do Not Waste Your Time

These words of wisdom from Cheri Huber tell us, “Do not waste your time on what you don’t want.” You needn’t waste your time trying to get rid of what you don’t want in your life. Just add what you do want. – Cheri Huber This reminds me of what my wife would always say […]

When Life is Over

Mary Oliver wrote this poem about when life is over. This poem arrived yesterday from Zen Master Cheri Huber in her daily Peace Quote email. When it’s over, I want to say: All my life I was a bride married to amazement. I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms – Mary Oliver […]

Attending to What is Happening Right Now

These words of wisdom from Cheri Huber teach us about attending to what is happening right now. They encourage us to be present for our experience and thereby, we can “enjoy the wonders of life,” as Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh says. According to Cheri, the wonders of life include what is actually happening right […]

Undivided Self

My good friend, Dr. Sara Kendall Gordon, L. Ac., DAOM (a.k.a. Pralaya) has recently published an article on Undivided, The Online Journal of Nonduality and Psychology titled, “Reconsidering Ego Death and the False Self.” Sara lives and practices in Marin County, California. Since 1993, she has maintained a private practice as an acupuncturist and herbalist. […]