Tuesday, January 2, 2018

A great way to get two minutes of serenity a day

My niece Lisa Simmons has spent her professional life as a chemical engineer cleaning up toxic waste sites, challenging and interesting work for sure, but not always the most rewarding. Over the last several years, she's been turning her creativity towards quieter things and has developed a wonderful video program called Live Serenity. It's a subscription service and each week day she posts a new 2-minute video of a gorgeous natural location, usually with natural sounds, and reminds us to breathe and be here now. You can watch them as many times as you like and they will run as a loop as well.

I liked it so much I got a subscription for two friends  for Christmas. While this is clearly a plug for Lisa's project, I also want to acknowledge her for creating something that contributes to peace and well-being in the world, a gift we need more and more of.

Check it out at http://www.liveserenity.com/

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