FOMO. If you don’t know what that is, notice if the not knowing makes you feel like you’re missing out.
Inspired by Richard Power’s book The Overstory, meditation teacher and poet Stephanie Noble senses our deep interconnection.
Why do people who meditate seem to be able to weather the storms of life better than those who don’t?
Class this week fell on my birthday, and since current conditions are such that other kinds of celebration are off
As businesses reopen we each have difficult choices. Here’s a way to evaluate our decisions from a Buddhist perspective.
Anger activates action, but lovingkindness creates real meaningful change. This post explores just how, and why it’s so important right now.
We’ve been focusing in the last few posts on meeting the challenges of finding our center without being self-centered. Because
One thing the Buddha didn’t mention that women especially need to know.
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.
As we begin exploring questions of identity, we look to the wisdom of Lao Tzu, Rainier Maria Rilke, and most importantly our own inner wisdom.