Sit Spot Haiku – Spring Snow

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Another beautiful reason to take your meditation practice outdoors. Poetry writing! Have YOU been inspired by nature? And what a great way to add to your personal exploration of Mother Nature and your relationship with her. As always, Happy Meditating – and maybe even poetry writing!

Naturalist Weekly

Today’s Haiku:

  • Budding red maple
  • Framed by the silent gray sky
  • Welcome the spring snow


Haikus are quickly becoming an integral part of my sit spot practice. I have found this process of putting my experience into the short, concise form of a Haiku beneficial to expanding my awareness to what is happening around me.

I usually sit at my spot for 20 minutes. This is about how long it takes for my racing mind to begin to quiet down and the non-human beings to relax towards my presence. Near the end of my sitting, I turn to my journal and begin to jot down a few words. This free form writing process often results in a jumbled mess of random observation and feelings. Then, as I look at my page, I begin to pull out some themes and arrange the words into phrases. Some of it makes sense, some…

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Meditation.Works Guided Meditations help you “get into”, and “stay in” meditation, with ease, so you can ”reset” your mind and body, and instantly benefit from the abundant and scientifically irrefutable benefits meditation has to offer. I'm Renata Duma, and I'm here to share my channelled Guided Meditations with you. As a life-long meditator, I am also a trance channeller, energy healer, intuitive empath and Master UNITY Bubble Facilitator. (https://unitybubble.com) Also, I have been recognized by two different Tibetan Rinpoches, once in 1985 and another time in 2013, to be the reincarnation of the 3rd Dalai Lama's Master Student. It is understood that the current 14th Dalai Lama, whose spiritual name is Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso, is the reincarnation of the 3rd Dalai Lama. Both Rinpoches, separately, told me and wrote out my Tibetan name for me. It is "Yeshe Yangtsom", which means, "luminosity of wisdom". As all my Guided Meditations are directly channelled (or inspired) they have been created to broaden the mind and enhance the meditation experience for all levels of meditators by shedding wisdom and light on many of life’s obstacles that surprisingly are “the path”, and are meant for us to explore - and ultimately overcome - while learning valuable lessons as we travel our unique path. I hope you enjoy and are able to benefit and grow through the wisdom brought forward in my Guided Meditations. And thank you for your meditation practice, which not only serves your growth and expansion, but that of the collective consciousness as well during this time of the great awakening of our beloved Mother Earth and all her inhabitants. Namaste. Renata a.k.a. "Yeshe Yangtsom"

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