Benefits of nursing

Yesterday, I was having a tough time with several aspects I am seeing over and over again in hospitals.  However, in spite of staffing issues and strained working conditions, there is a reason nurses are the most trusted profession (people) in the United States – and yes, more so than fire fighters! From the perspectiveContinue reading “Benefits of nursing”

meditative progression

A post about Kirby Moore’s personal reflections on his attempts at meditating and how the process is shifting. In speaking with one of my heart teachers recently, it is clear that my awareness and sensitivity regarding meditation sessions have shifted. This concept is reinforced by my weekly conversations with the I Ching, which, when IContinue reading “meditative progression”

Mani Drupchen complete

This material is copyrighted by M. Kirby Moore.  Reproduction without permission is prohibited.  You can visit http://www.mkirbymoore.com to support Kirby’s blogging efforts.  Thank you! Hello again, Back from attending Garchen Rinpoche – wow, what a being.  I think he embodies spontaneous, liberated, spacious heart – words don’t come close.  Hmm.  Well, I am a bitContinue reading “Mani Drupchen complete”

Chronicles to resume very soon, this is recommended Full Moon practice

You can support Kirby’s blogging efforts by visiting http://www.mkirbymoore.com and purchasing an Astrology Interpretation or a bodywork session.  Thank you! Hello all, Thank you for checking out my blog.  It definitely helps motivate me to publish posts!  Today I want to post a piece from a Buddhist prayer.  This is a great practice to doContinue reading “Chronicles to resume very soon, this is recommended Full Moon practice”

My first Buddhist blog entry

This material is copyrighted by M. Kirby Moore.  Reproduction without permission is prohibited.  To support his blogging and business activities visit this website: mkirbymoore.com. Recently, at my sister’s wedding, I was speaking with an old friend / acquaintance.  She was struck by my height (6’3″ or so) and continued to say that I had grownContinue reading “My first Buddhist blog entry”