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.
Hope seems like a good thing, but it is it? In class students resisted the exploration but soon understood and were inspired by the insights. Maybe you will be too!
Does this sound familiar?“Something is wrong here. Maybe it’s how I look or how my home looks. Online or in
How do you see your inner life? Often we create treacherous inner landscapes we must navigate. This dharma post offers a better way.
Our attachment to the idea of being separate causes us suffering. Feeling isolated, we react to the world around us in fear, defending ourselves against what we perceive as ‘other’. This dharma post helps us understand that we are not alone.
Do you ever wake up on the wrong side of the bed and things go from bad to worse as
In loving memory of Connie Smith Siegel, amazing pastel artist, color theory teacher/author, dance partner, and partier extraordinaire. The other
This past week has been a celebration of the life of John Lewis, whose legacy as a stirrer of “good
Siddhartha Gautama must have looked particularly radiant the day someone asked him if he was a divine being. Not surprising,
FOMO. If you don’t know what that is, notice if the not knowing makes you feel like you’re missing out.