Daily Meditations

Buddhist Monk in Mountains

He Found the Rainbow and the Pot of Gold

November 27, 2019

“Here’s some money—half of everything I have in this world. Take it, go learn black magic, and don’t stop until you get revenge on the people who have done this to…

She Learned Nonattachment

November 26, 2019

She watched her husband drinking himself to death, destroying her family, her finances, their love. “You can’t do anything about him,” her best friend said. “But you can change yourself.”…

He Saw the Future

November 25, 2019

Michael Bodine had the gift since he was a child. He could see and hear things that others couldn’t. He could communicate with the other side. A woman came to him. She didn’t consider herself that type. She was a Christian and skeptical of psychics. But she couldn’t take…

She Couldn’t Sit Still

November 24, 2019

Lisa sat on the cushion on the floor, squinting her eyes shut. She wiggled. She squirmed. Her back ached. She wondered when she was going to meet her soul mate. She…

He Ran out of Hope

November 23, 2019

He sat in his kitchen surrounded by hidden bottles of gin. Like most alcoholics, he drank for no other reason than it was there. Sinking in quicksand is the phrase he used to describe himself and his life. He couldn’t stop on his own. A friend came…

Going toward the Light

November 22, 2019

“So how do you know if you’re making the right choice?” a woman asked me one day. “And what if you don’t make the right one?” “If we’re on our path,…

She Made a Good Call

November 21, 2019

Corinne Edwards looked at her watch, then shrugged her shoulders and began interviewing her first guest. His name was Larry Dossey. He was a doctor who had written about the power…

A Curious Table

November 20, 2019

A single parent, Don had recently moved to a small town in the middle of nowhere after finishing raising his daughter and finding himself in an empty nest. He had met…

They Dug Deeper

November 19, 2019

Marge Rieder, Ph.D., a hypnotherapist in Lake Elsinore, California—the small town where I skydive—began to put a puzzle together one ordinary day in 1986. She was working with a client, Maureen…

Staying on Track

November 18, 2019

“There’s a rhythm and an order to life,” a friend said. “We don’t always like it. But the order doesn’t much care whether we like it or not.” Joe and I…