Challenging moments can provide insight and help us cultivate compassion. Or, they can trigger us to act on aversion, craving, and delusion. If we can note what’s arising, we always have a choice.
Exploring the roots of lovingkindness practice and cultivating a limitless heart.
Over 2500 years ago, when Siddhartha Gautama sat under the Bodhi tree intent on awakening, he was repeatedly taunted by
How do you see your inner life? Often we create treacherous inner landscapes we must navigate. This dharma post offers a better way.
Siddhartha Gautama must have looked particularly radiant the day someone asked him if he was a divine being. Not surprising,
Sheltering in place can be like a refuge, or it can be like a pressure cooker. And one thing that
If the Buddha were alive today and took an aptitude test to determine a career path, he would no doubt
Twenty-six hundred years ago, under a tree, a seeker named Siddhartha Gautama sat in meditation, determined not to stop meditating
Sometimes right in the middle of a meal, I remember about dessert. Suddenly I can’t taste what I’m eating. My
Just outside in the early spring sunshine, my neighbors were trying to pull a root-bound rosemary plant out of its