Another insight the Buddha had upon awakening can help us in our dealings with the Three Poisons of greed, aversion and delusion. We don’t have to make it so hard on ourselves, as this sharing shows.
Thursday morning my dharma talk was about gratitude. All week I had been noodling around about the concept of gratitude.
In our exploration of the Buddha’s river analogy to talk about the Middle Way, we are looking and questioning what’s
In a previous talk, I shared the Buddha’s analogy of a river to explore The Middle Way. We have looked
In the last post I shared an embellished version of the Buddha’s analogy of the Middle Way being our course
The Buddha sometimes taught that the Middle Way is like boating on a river. I sat with it and wrote
After last week’s exploration of finding balance in our lives amidst the inconsistent causes and conditions that abound, I wanted
Over the past weeks we have been exploring the characteristics of the inner aspects or sub-personalities that we have for
In class we have been trying to find real life examples of what the Middle Way is, and what it
Continuing our discussion of the Middle Way, we recognized that there is no one Middle Way for everyone. Rick Hanson’s