How do we cope with all that’s happening in the world, taking care of ourselves without turning away?
My Octopus Teacher on Netflix inspires a Buddhist insight meditation teacher to explore the nature of interconnection and self-care.
Why do people who meditate seem to be able to weather the storms of life better than those who don’t?
Doesn’t it seem like just when things can’t get any worse, they do? This week in the United States has been
A series of natural disasters and senseless tragedies over the past month culminated this week in a firestorm in the
In the last few posts of my dharma talks we have been looking at the Brahma-viharas, spacious mind-states where we
The tenth Paramita* is Equanimity, the ability to hold all that is going on in our lives in an easeful way.
At the autumnal equinox, the midway point on the earth’s axis, night and day are the same length. It always
After a summer hiatus, our meditation class happily regrouped this week.Since we last met, much has happened in our lives
The regular practice of meditation develops a refined quality of attention to the micro-events of the present moment experienced through