A poem by William Blake inspires a dharma post on finding joy.
FOMO. If you don’t know what that is, notice if the not knowing makes you feel like you’re missing out.
Lean Horne said “It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.” This dharma post explores how to handle life challenges from a wiser perspective, making wiser choices and lightening the load.
Every morning at the end of my meditation, timed by the Insight Timer app, I respond to any messages from
Most of us accept the reality manufactured for us. We are endlessly subjected to the self-limiting perception of the need to name and claim instead of expanding our sense of who we are. In this blog post, Stephanie shares a video of a TED Talk by Ron Finley who challenges us to make our own reality.
In the past four posts, I’ve written about the mind states of loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity: the Brahma-viharas,
Sometimes right in the middle of a meal, I remember about dessert. Suddenly I can’t taste what I’m eating. My