Santosha Space BlogNews, teachings, and thoughts from the studio
It has been 6 months since I wrote my last post, and not quite 2 years since I started this blog, not quite 2 years since I walked away from the world of business. I don't often pay attention to anniversaries, but recently I was talking to a friend who had...read more
Some time ago, I wrote a post about joy bubbles - small moments of wonder and appreciation at the most mundane, and yet wonderful, things. I have since learned that this isn't a unique experience, that the sanskrit word for this is camatkāra - "a quiet joy and wonder...read more
I recently put some things on craigslist. The day that worked to meet was a day I wasn't going to be home until rather late, and in response to my half apologetic explanation, I get from (I'll call him) G: Oh, to have all the time in the world. That day, I had had a...read more
Patient: Dr., It hurts when I do this... Dr.: Then don't do that! It's an old joke, I have no idea where I heard it, and its obvious truth is the source of its humour. Of course, in terms of bio-mechanics, it's not the most practical or helpful answer. If you went...read more
What we resist, persists. :: Where attention goes, energy flows. These two sentences were the topic of a dharma talk at a retreat I attended about a year ago. If you pay close attention to your thoughts and intentions, you will see these two things play out in your...read more
A few days ago, I saw and shared a beautifully filmed video on Facebook about massage. But its loveliness is not really what struck me - Ben's words about massage being a way to allow a body to become present, a way to allow a person to occupy more of his body's space...read more
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