An uplifting audio dharma talk for those who have trouble with the Buddhist concept of no self.
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.
It may seem scary to let go of the fear-based clinging to a sense of separate self, but it’s really falling in love with life itself and discovering the freedom to be alive in this moment just as it is.
Apparently 3000 years ago Greeks would think you were delusional if you claimed the thoughts in your head were your
“As I look more deeply, I can see that in a former life I was a cloud. And I was
Last week we came to the fifth of the Five Aggregates and what did we find? That not one of
As we look at each of the Five Aggregates that constitute the ways we experience being and what we hold
I attended a dharma talk by Rick Hanson this week about the Three Marks or Characteristics: impermanence (anicca), the universal
(The Buddha taught the Four Foundations of Mindfulness in a certain order for a reason. If you are reading this
Scientific research is finding that our consciousness, the ’I’ and the ‘me’ that we refer to, is not a physical