Healing for the holidays.

The holidays often summon heightened emotions.  Great joy at being reunited with family and friends.  Great anger or challenges that come with being reunited with family and friends. Great sadness at being away from distant or departed loved ones.  Also, anticipation, fear and surprise often come along for the ride as well. Much of this comes from the way we’re socialized to expect great things from the holiday season. The holiday season is a great time to practice mindfulness and metta (lovingkindness).  See the mindfulness and meditation links on this website for further information on these disciplines.  As you become centered within, your inner life serves as a source of healing for yourself and others.  Blessings to you this holiday season. Amidst the joys and challenges, may you find your way. Breathe. Heal. Enjoy the journey.

anthony glenn miller


To be sick of sickness is a sign of good health,
therefore the wise person grows sick of sickness,
and sick of being sick of sickness,
’til they are sick no more.

Chapter 71 – Tao Te Ching


In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven.

Matthew 5:16