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.
When someone is suffering, what can we say or do to help? The wise women of my weekly sangha offer advice from years of experience. And the Buddha has a few guidelines too.
In loving memory of Connie Smith Siegel, amazing pastel artist, color theory teacher/author, dance partner, and partier extraordinaire. The other
Stephanie shares a Buddhist story and a personal story that might help.
Exploring the different between habit and ritual, discovering the value of ritual, whether inherited or invented, and finding a way to ritualize necessary activities to enrich our lives.
It’s said that newborn babies lack object permanence so when something is gone it’s gone from their minds as well.
In recent weeks my meditation practice was put to the test. Together with my husband and five visiting family members,
We all have periods of pronounced transition in our lives: We suffer a loss of a loved one, abilities or
The fourth and final tetrad of the Anapanasati Sutta is called the Wisdom Group. Continuing to be present with the