Last spring we looked at the Eight Worldly Winds: pleasure & pain, gain & loss, praise & censure, status &
My Octopus Teacher on Netflix inspires a Buddhist insight meditation teacher to explore the nature of interconnection and self-care.
Whatever is going on in your life right now, if you really pay attention, you will see that it is
If you can think of a situation or condition that pushes your buttons, setting off an inner rant or a desire to run away or hide, then you know how challenging it can be to maintain a sense of balanced easeful equanimity. One minute we feel fine, life is good, and then something trips us into feeling overwhelmed, out of kilter, struggling to find solid ground.
We all ride the worldly winds of life, but are we flailing, falling or flapping our wings more than we
Are you ignoring your insights? This dharma post helps you recognize them and appreciate their value in your life.
“Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold.” – W. B. Yeats, ‘Second Coming’ Even when our personal lives are satisfactory,
Anger activates action, but lovingkindness creates real meaningful change. This post explores just how, and why it’s so important right now.
It’s been really windy lately. I notice that I get anxious in high wind, imagining how it is sucking the
When we sit in meditation, there are three points of support: the buttocks and two knees, if sitting on a cushion