My conversation with Sessei Meg Levie works with the possibility that sitting in stillness, attending to what is without judging yourself or the world, and simply noticing, can open whole new doorways of possibility in your life and the lives of those around you. Sessei Meg Levie is the head priest of the Stone Creek Zen Center in Sonoma County, CA, and she has been practicing Soto Zen for 30+ years. Over the past decade, she has pioneered the development of awareness practices in organizations around the world.
As a senior teacher for Search Inside Yourself, the mindfulness-based emotional intelligence and leadership program created at Google, she has trained hundreds of other meditation and mindfulness teachers and impacted thousands more participants. She's also a professional coach who works with executives to bring meditation and mindfulness to their leadership.
I invite you to start with the advice Meg offers at the end: simply pay attention. If you are feeling that sense of exhaustion, fatigue, or overwhelm, or even a hint that things could be different, then start by paying attention. Who knows what doorways might open?
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Find Meg's essay 'Home-leaving and Home-making' here: wisdomexperience.org/product/buddhas-apprentices
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