When we have to stop doing what we love, we may discover other ways to blossom. An audio dharma talk by Stephanie Noble
How to be with physical pain and lessen the suffering.
Maybe it’s time to make a change in our relationship to time.
Why we resist being prepared for the inevitability of death, and advise on assuring our passing causes only grief and loving memories, not frustration and turmoil.
Are you afraid of aging or is something else involved? A rich exploration into aging well.
Have you ever gone on a Scavenger Hunt? This one has a big reward, a treasure beyond measure — definitely
Here we sit, the mountain and I, until only the mountain remains. – Li Po As I write this
Ah, my birthday. Again. I remember when birthdays took forever to arrive. All that anticipation! One of my granddaughters recently
With the moment to moment practice of being fully present, anchored in physical sensation, noticing how thoughts and emotions pass
We have talked about the breath and the postures. The next traditional meditation in the First Foundation of Mindfulness is