Contemplative Life

What would it be like if … more people began focusing on what we share in common, rather than on the differences that divide us?

Wouldn’t it be great I f… there were a safe place to learn about different practices,

without any judgment or criticism from others?

I wonder if … there is a way to easily connect with others of like mind and build community?

These three questions are from the home page of the Contemplative Life website.  For those of you interested in developing a new contemplative practice but do not know where to begin, this helpful site is for you! 

There are many types of practices and resources explained.  Familiar practices such as yoga and meditation are covered, as well as lesser-known practices involving the creative arts, nature, and social action, to name a few.

This interfaith non-profit organization’s stated mission is to provide a digital hub that brings the myriads of practices under one umbrella to help you to find the right practices for you and enable you to connect with others of like mind. 

“Each minute we spend worrying about the future and regretting the past is a minute we miss in our appointment with life – a missed opportunity to engage life and to see that each moment gives us the chance to change for the better, to experience peace and joy.” Thich Nhat Hanh site

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