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Practicing Mindful Living

by Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH
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Thich Nhat Hanh said, “It is possible that the next Buddha will not take the form of an individual. The next Buddha may take the form of a community—a community practicing understanding and loving kindness, a community practicing mindful living. This may be the most important thing we can do for the survival of the earth.”

These are potent and true words spoken by a man of steadfast integrity over many years of service. I think of us now as an Attunement Community of friends who have been thrilled to remember who we are and why we are here at this particular time in the history of this earth. We have also been brought to our knees by the fires of purification allowing us to be as free as possible so as to provide inspiration to others. In that process we have been re-united and connected to many around this world expressing the same passion. We are but a small band of frequency holders of what the simple acts of mindful living look like in living color. Let our hearts continue to open wide in understanding, steering clear of notions of right and wrong, good and bad, and judgments of any kind. Things are changing and moving quickly. Our home is in the heaven; our Joy is in bringing those rhythms into the earth.

9 thoughts on “Practicing Mindful Living

  1. Thank you Andrew. I feel it deep in my soul. The world is immersed in this beautiful substance as I/we radiate Love in our living. We are One. So good to be in this Love.

  2. Thank you Andrew,
    What a wonderful privilege it it these days to know that as the moments of Love’s Radiation increase in ourselves there is a greater Band of Light shining over our blessed planet. Ye are the light of the world.

  3. Thank you, Andrew. What a great reminder that we are part of a bigger, broader field that connects us to the essence of Truth, Nobility, and Integrity. Seeing us as a collective does allow me to let go of my notions of right and wrong, good and bad, and judgment that clouds my ability to connect to Source purely. And so I continue to hold space for what is to come. Again, thanks.

  4. Andrew, what a short and pithy (one of my favorite words and it gets used so seldom) paragraph, succinctly summarizing so much about our lives in purposeful mindful loving living and caring for our worlds! You say so much in so few words. I agree with both your words and the spirit infusing them. How lovely to be part of a community of friends in spirit.

  5. Dear Andrew,
    I agree, we are an “Attunement Community of friends.” It is good to feel the beautiful quality of the current in this Community and know that it’s power shines radiantly to wherever it is needed. I am with all in letting that increase in conscious living.

  6. Isn’t it possible that there of many of us who practice mindfulness without the formality of a name for it? You have emphasized the need to do it consciously. I will increase my efforts!

  7. Thank you Andrew – wise words. This chimes in well with a guidance that came to me while walking in the hills of Adelaide (South Australia) in early January. In short, it was that it is now a time for me/(us), “a small band of frequency holders”, to begin more consciously building a collectively generated vibrational Ark….a true community – just as our body/mind/heart does for each of us. A sacred container that will ride the coming bigger Solar waves of significant change as we move into the next cycle of this new age. I know some are already doing this and I’m enjoying a stronger sense of it in me. Many blessings.

  8. Beautiful words, Andrew. I appreciate your steadfast expression. Thich Nhat Hanh was a remarkable spirit.

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