Threads Meditation pisses me off. All that non-striving time on the floor, therapist-prescribed, noticing the rope of my breath swinging up and down, ringing me like a shivered bell, adds up to another chore I must perform and I have a lot of them—… Continue Reading “That’s why they call it a practice (NaPoWriMo Day 29)”
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