William Morgan, PsyD,
is a clinical psychologist specializing in couples psychotherapy. He has practiced mindfulness meditation throughout his adulthood, including more than 6 years of silent retreats. Bill is a founding faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy.
In the urgency and speed of life, time squeezes our attention into a narrow band of to-do’s. What suffers is connection — to yourself and to others. Perhaps early in the new year is the time to step away from the demands of your life, recommit to your relationship, and relax some of the coarse energies of the body, heart, and mind in order to access the deeper waters of gratitude, kindness, and compassion.