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About Living Metta

 

Living Metta describes the metta experiences and experiments of columnist Mettamorphsis. It follows her Lily Pad Sutra column in which she explored her eight years of lily padding—combining meditation practice with location-independence—which inspired her metta-morphosis.

 

About the author 

 

Mettamorphsis had a Catholic upbringing and education, but found a home in the Dharma after many years of serious illness. In 2010, she felt called to give up having a fixed abode and live life as a modern-day nomad or, as she prefers to call it, lily padding. She now lives in Liverpool, where she applies all that lily padding taught her to embodying metta meditation in everyday life.

 

Living Metta is published monthly

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<i>Metta</i> in the Kindtime
Relying on the contagious nature of kindness in our lockdown and isolation
Uploaded 7 May 2020
<i>Metta</i> Bangs a Gong
In an age of social distancing, remembering ways we can still connect with those around us
Uploaded 2 Apr 2020
Yielding to <i>Metta</i>
Allowing loving-kindness to slow us down when we need it most
Uploaded 4 Mar 2020
<i>Metta’s</i> First Follower
How being a first follower can create compassionate leaders
Uploaded 6 Feb 2020
<i>Metta</i> Puts the Kettle On
Looking back on metta's highs from 2019
Uploaded 2 Jan 2020
<i>Metta’s</i> 20/20 Vision
Seeing our power to brighten the day and world with loving-kindness
Uploaded 5 Dec 2019
<i>Metta’s</i> Higher Fives
Loving-kindness as a high five to the world
Uploaded 31 Oct 2019
<i>Metta</i> Makes the First Move
Helping to ease the fears and anxieties of university students and parents alike with loving-kindness
Uploaded 30 Sep 2019
<i>Metta</i> to the Moon and Back
Becoming a metta-naut through expanding one’s practice to the stars
Uploaded 4 Sep 2019
Giving <i>Metta</i> Legs
Bringing loving-kindness to workplace drudgery
Uploaded 1 Aug 2019
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