In this audio recording, Stephanie Noble explores Buddhist teachings that help us better understand each other’s actions.
It’s hard to let go of a sense of self if you’ve always been discouraged from finding yourself! An ongoing exploration of the challenge for women in Buddhist exploration.
It may seem scary to let go of the fear-based clinging to a sense of separate self, but it’s really falling in love with life itself and discovering the freedom to be alive in this moment just as it is.
Have you ever regretted something you said or did? Of course. We all have. But what made us say or
(NOTE: We are exploring the Buddha’s Eightfold Path, a handy set of tools that help us recognize and end suffering
“As I look more deeply, I can see that in a former life I was a cloud. And I was
Every time I come home after a retreat I feel as if I’ve been released into a more natural way
In our many months of exploration of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness we have been balancing concepts and simple practice.
Last week we came to the fifth of the Five Aggregates and what did we find? That not one of
As we look at each of the Five Aggregates that constitute the ways we experience being and what we hold