Nature's Place

Macro Day Five

One more quiet relaxing day doing a bit of Meditation Macro was had by two, myself and Robert – who might post some of his pix later. The after effects of the floods and other things still keep some from making it.

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It was a lovely day, not too hot, some cloud and no rain. We started it in the shade of the house surrounded by some living nature, with a simple and effective breathing technique to put the body at ease. Then a method of relaxation that helps dissolve tension of the mind. And a practical nuts and bolts form of meditation that helps consolidate the above and develops clarity of mind – more really an uncluttering of mind – by taking control of what we focus our attention on.

What to say about this day? There was a shine to it, inside. A clarity that allows the natural simple intelligence to shine through. It’s a simple practise to learn to do it.

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If anyone is interested in coming along for hands on experience of what and how I do what I do check these links : Macro Meditation Day, Macro Illustrated and Meditate, and email me at contact (at) beingmark (dot) com so you are on the list for mailouts.

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And a few pix from the day.

Mark Berkery ……. Click any picture and click again to enlarge

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  1. jamiun micheal said, on 07/02/2011 at 5:13 pm

    Stunning..really like the picture especially the no.4 (sorry i don’t know its name/scientific name)..

    • Mark said, on 08/02/2011 at 2:57 am

      Thanks Jamiun. I don’t know its name either, especially its scientific name.

  2. Jim Cornell said, on 04/02/2011 at 9:54 am

    Dear Mark:

    Usual nice pictures. I liked the weevil and long horned beetle best (bein a Coleopterist) and wondered if the spiny critter was a spider of some sort.
    Sincerely
    Jim

    • Mark said, on 04/02/2011 at 10:22 am

      Thanks Jim. Yes, an Orb Weaver, very many here.

  3. Pianoshaman said, on 04/02/2011 at 1:57 am

    Again… so love the detailed pics of nature we rarely get to experience first hand! Top shelf work! I keep passing your stuff along to budding photo artists…

    • Mark said, on 04/02/2011 at 3:13 am

      Thanks PS. The tech allows us to see what has never been seen before, a world of wonder at our feet …


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