Journaling: Coaxing the Monkey Out of Your Attic

Having a head full of rudderless thoughts can be annoying for some and downright deadly for others. Much of our anxieties are exacerbated by our inability to separate our ruminations from the present moment. While meditation has the incredible ability to increase meta-awareness (thinking about our thinking), we still need help sorting out the thoughts we identify. If meditation helps you shine a light on…

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Ken Lane

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I’m just a fella chronicling his attempts to live purposefully while finding contentment in the simple things.

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