This may seem a long way to go to find “inner stillness,” but Chapman University sophomore Nikelle Lovaas and her sister Keelee Lovaas lay on their stomachs last year on this treacherous looking rock peak gazing at Ringedalsvatnet Lake some 2,000 feet below them. Says the Chapman student: “Stillness encompassed our beings as we gazed out at the most breathtaking nature. We were completely present. Silence occupied our minds.”
Justice Crudup closes his eyes and begins his breathing––cool air goes in, hot air goes out. Twice a day, for twenty minutes, he finds himself situated at a bench in the park, sitting on Memorial Lawn, or crouched on a cushion in the Meditation Room at the Fish Interfaith Center. For Crudup, meditation is simply […]
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