Mindfulness in Sobriety

Mindfulness in Sobriety When Being Sober Isn’t Enough A 4-Week Online Meditation and Coaching Experience On April 18th, I decided to postpone this event until I have at least 6 participants. If you are reading this and would like to attend, please let me know by sending an email to megan@meganwmoyer.net. When I have enoughContinue reading “Mindfulness in Sobriety”

Stay Grounded with Mindfulness

“Mindfulness is paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgmentally, in the service of self-understanding and wisdom.” ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn Mindfulness and mindfulness meditation are popular topics right now with many people giving it a try only to fall away quickly, claiming their minds are just too busy, they can’t sit still longContinue reading “Stay Grounded with Mindfulness”

Action is Color

Somehow, the first step just happens and, seemingly, in a moment taking action is the right thing to do. It was only in retrospect that I was able to identify all that went before that first step, allowing the path to open. I felt every emotion possible that day. Fear, anger, shame, resignation, relief andContinue reading “Action is Color”

Discovering that I’m Not Alone

It was such a relief to discover that I wasn’t alone and that I was understood. I wasn’t the only person to feel the way I felt. I wasn’t unique and many others had lived my life and had found the support they needed to feel whole. Yes, I felt relief but was I readyContinue reading “Discovering that I’m Not Alone”

A Celebration of Sobriety

Originally published in AA Agnostica on 7/19/2020: https://aaagnostica.org/2020/07/19/the-labyrinth-facilitator It is July 2020 and I’m celebrating an anniversary – 13 years of sobriety.  I’m so fulfilled today and so proud of this achievement that I often have to ask how this perfectionistic Atheist managed such a transformation?  How did I go from feeling so angry, afraidContinue reading “A Celebration of Sobriety”