This is the last of a three-part series where we explore Frank Ostaseski's book The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach the Living. Today we talk about the importance of "Find a Place of Rest in the Middle of Things", and "Cultivate a Don’t Know Mind."
Openness is the basis for a skillful response of life. The word welcome confronts us and asks us to temporarily suspend our usual rush to judgment and to simply be open to what is happening....When we’re open and receptive, we have options. Join us as we explore more of the Five Invitations.
Life and death go together. Everyone is born, and everyone dies. We can't truly live unless are aware of death. What can we learn from those at the end of life? We explore Frank Ostaseski's book The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach the Living in this three-part series.
“When you eat, you do not eat; when you play, you do not play”. We are often so busy worrying about the future that we do not live in the present moment of our lives. For me, ironing my pillowcases has become a mindfulness meditation.