Sometimes meditators fall asleep, not because they are tired but because the mind sometimes thinks all it has is a
In our Tuesday class we continued to work with our inner critic who keeps us from our truest creative expression.
Last week I wrote about an experiential exercise to help us discover our passions, and in this post we will
When I started meditating 30 years ago, the first thing I noticed was a great opening of a creative channel,
I am every kind of mother — a step-mother, a biological mother, an adoptive mother, a mother-in-law and a grandmother.
Right Effort brings joy and ease. If after meditation we feel neither joy nor ease, then we have not exerted
Our view of the world determines our actions. If we see the world as a scary place our actions will
Since every situation is different, we may feel that coming up with Right Speech is near impossible. We need to
I mentioned in the previous post that as meditators and Buddhist practitioners we have three main intentions: First to develop
Once we have an understanding of Right View, we can explore Right Intention, the second aspect of the Noble Eightfold