Category Archives: Embodied Meditation

When I am known and unknown

Sometimes I see what I am to become:New flesh, reborn –Sometimes all is dark, wrapped tight:The chrysalis tightly closed © Meisaan Chan

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Offerings

In the silence, incense burns;in the fragrance, mind lifts © Meisaan Chan

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How compassion protects you – or the nature of the human heart

When you are filled to the brim with compassionyou cannot ingest their poisonfor there is no room left The moment you decide to ingest some of their poisonsome compassion will come outfor there is no room left © Meisaan Chan

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5 Calming Meditation-Mantras for Anxious Times

A deep happiness! This is my first published spirituality article: “5 Calming Meditation-Mantras for Anxious Times,” by Meisaan Chan. The article integrates simple relaxation meditations with body somatics (what I call “embodied meditations”), which has been an increasingly critical tool … Continue reading

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