develop a powerful practice of mindful Living
To live mindfully is to pay attention to our experience in a way that centers us within the present moment. It is from this space that we begin to experience our lives with greater clarity, calm, courage & compassion; often exactly what we need to make meaningful change.
Inevitably, however, we all get knocked off balance. We stray from the center. We fall away from the path. We lose our way. We get discouraged and frustrated with our inability to stay centered. To stay balanced.
Mindful living then, becomes a practice of returning to our center. A simple practice, that over time gives us the capacity to gracefully move with the uncertainty of life.
Recenter offers weekly support offered through writing, conscious conversations, teachings from philosophy & psychology, guided movement practices, health tips, and creative practices, to help bring you back to center in the midst of the busyness of our modern world.
With time and dedication to these practices, we become less swayed by the winds of change, pulled by distractions, pushed by fears, and rushed by modern life. Slowly and steadily we settle into the power of the present moment: of living from our center
Meet the Creator
I believe that there is a way of relating to life, of seeing the world, that can help put an end to our unnecessary suffering and in turn give us the capacity to ease the suffering of others. To see the world in a way that awakens a profound sense of wonder, clarity, and compassion deep within. I believe it is from this place, our center, that we can begin to heal ourselves, our relationships, our community, and ultimately, our world.
Some of what I share is from my personal mindfulness practice, life challenges, and spiritual experiences. Even more of it is wisdom I’ve received from mentors & teachers from past and present that have supported me in ways I could not have imagined.
So as much as Recenter is a medium for my personal expression, it is equally a way to honor those that have helped me and in turn, pass on the same wisdom and guidance that has guided me.