Life lessons abound, and a family vacation is full of them!
When we see how loving-kindness (metta in the Pali language) makes all the difference in our lives and in our
When we talk about love we may mean romantic love or the family and friendship ties that bind us in
The impact of our words and actions cause a ripple effect beyond our immediate circle of family, friends, neighbors, associates
Some people are uncomfortable with sending metta (loving-kindness), but metta practice is an important part of awakening to the present moment.
At the end of every meditation I lead, I offer some guided metta (loving kindness) practice, usually just to ourselves
In our ongoing exploration of the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness, we are lingering a bit at the Five Hindrances to
“The purpose of studying Buddhism is not to study Buddhism but to study ourselves.” – Shunryu Suzuki, author of Zen
Our recent review of four obstacles to sending metta came from a series of insights. An insight is a naturally
In exploring metta, the practice of sending loving kindness, we come to the challenge of sending it to a ‘difficult’