Mat Robinson – The Gregarious Hermit
Helping other hermits and gregarious people transform their life and health through meditation and the pursuit of enlightenment
“The Daily Minute”
Mindfulness Meditations for Busy People
Mindfulness isn’t as easy as you may think. Challenge yourself to see if you can remain intently focused and your mind silent for one whole minute.
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- Why your mind evolved the way it did
- How your mind keeps you trapped
- How your lifestyle gives your mind power
- When and where to meditate
- How to sit comfortably
- How to physically relax
- How to breathe properly
- How to follow the breath
- How to mentally relax
- How to meditate
Notice meditation is the last thing on the list. Basically it teaches the core fundamentals of meditation that a lot of people skip, and those are the parts that enable you to succeed with meditation.
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Recent Blog Posts
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Events & Workshops
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“As wood decays, it does not disappear.
It is simply transformed into another living thing.”
We tend to think of something dying as the “end”. But long before the tree falls, it is slowly being taken apart by fungus and mold.
Atom by atom it is transformed into another living being.
At what point does the tree stop being a tree? Is it when the last leaf falls to the ground? When the branches fall off? Or when the trunk finally falls during a storm?Philosophical Hermit
When does a raindrop stop being a raindrop and become the ocean?
OK. Enough brain teasers for now. Good questions to contemplate while walking in the woods. So I encourage you to get out there and walk in the woods.
I’ll add more interesting things to this website when I figure out how websites work.
Enjoy the Journey