With the moment to moment practice of being fully present, anchored in physical sensation, noticing how thoughts and emotions pass
Wow! Over the past few months the major American media outlets have really started noticing what a huge difference meditation
When I’m going through a difficult time, I try to remember to pause and notice what’s going on in my
All matter and all experience is conditioned, dependent on something else having happened or existed. Try to think of any
Last Thursday, our first class after our daylong retreat, one student entered quipping, ‘Ah, the laundry,’ referencing Jack Kornfield’s book
In our many months of exploration of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness we have been balancing concepts and simple practice.
Last week I introduced The Five Hindrances, the first of the dhammas that make up the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness.
If you have been practicing the first three Foundations — being mindful of physical sensation and our relationship to the
If you incorporate mindfulness into your New Year’s resolutions, you will achieve them.For example, if your intention is to lose
Last class we focused on the breath as the first aspect of the Buddha’s Four Foundations of Mindfulness. This week