With time, we may come to experience an open, spacious quality in our awareness that easily holds whatever is arising in the domain of mind or body … and learn to rest in that awareness itself.

We are resting in our moment-by-moment experiencing of what is already here to be perceived, to be known directly.

To be able to notice the less obvious beauty, to appreciate it, to change perspective for a time is a type of quiet, a way of rest.

Not thinking and not doing anything is part of the art of resting and healing.

In our daily life we think too much. Giving our mind a chance to stop thinking is wonderful.

If you follow your in-breath and out-breath all the way through, your mind is no longer thinking. Now your mind has a chance to rest.