Tag Archives: mindfulness

The McMindfulness Craze: The Shadow Side of the Mindfulness Revolution

Another wonderful practice, being abused. Like anything, work on ourselves and everything, takes time, practice, dedication, and patience. There is no easy fix. Mindfulness is one part of this equation as it needs to include practice and study to push away the mind dust and come into the space with understanding of our place in […]
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Buddha – Mindfulness

“Do not dwell in the past, Do not dream of the future, Concentrate the mind on the present moment.”

Article – Why are Christians Turning to Buddhism?

A well-writen article discussing Christianity and Buddhism. A question at the core of my belief is why is there so much bickering and hate in the world, and the view that “my way is better than your way”? Why are views so rigid and thrown in the face of others? Why is it so difficult […]
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Mind full or mindful

Poem – Walked Across the Field

I walked across that empty field after the weeds took over and boulders fell from the darkening sky and trees took root. I walked across what used to be the empty field a gameboard for my mind a history of what has taken place, what I allowed to happen and I threw gasoline everywhere and […]
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Today’s Music and Art

For last couple of weeks, I have been mostly listening to Mystical Sun. At first, I was lost in the soundscape and very in tune to each note and beat. Over time, the music has incorporated itself into the background, and become a part of me. I’m still trying to find the words to explain […]
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Welcome

Welcome to Mountains and Ice.  This blog will be about nature, tackling mountains and ice, and the journey it takes to get there. I have often eluded to a deep fascination, almost obsession, with mountains and ice on here.  I have had very tasty bites and morsels of these portions of nature, that have left […]
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Mountains and Ice

I have often eluded to a deep fascination, almost obsession, with mountains and ice on here.  I have had very tasty bites and morsels of these portions of nature, that have left me in its grasp.  I have made the mindful commitment to venture out and tackle a mountain or two, starting with Mt. Rainier […]
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