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Mindfulness Monday – The Daily Examen*

March 2, 2015

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St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuit Order, popularized a prayer called “the daily examen,” an examination of conscience, to see where God was active in your day. Below are the five easy steps to pray the examen at the end of your day.  The prayer will take 15-20 minutes.  Overtime, you might notice God’s […]

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Mindfulness Monday – JOY

February 23, 2015

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On Saturday, February 21, 1015, I attended a Day of Recollection at Loyola High School in Los Angeles where Father James L. Heft, S.M. shared: “joy is profound; happiness comes and goes.” He closed the day reminding us to “be confident, be seen, be joyful!” Today, take a mindfulness moment to deeply root your entire […]

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Mindfulness Monday – The Miraculous

February 9, 2015

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This week ESPNU is airing a story about a young man, Austin Hatch, who has survived two plane crashes, and he is now playing basketball for the University of Michigan.   This story is very close to me;  I know and love the Hatch Family.  In our home for many weeks, I kept a candle […]

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Mindfulness Monday – Take a Breather for Soulizing

February 2, 2015

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Through prayerful meditation, Soulizing is the process to experience the sacred dimension of universal kinship and belonging.   It’s the journey to experience the Great Spirit of Oneness. Today, give yourself a gift and find a quiet place and take a breather from socializing for a bit of soulizing.   With focus on your breath and an […]

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