True kindness, compassion, joy, and equanimity are our natural state if we can untangle our attention from the thick blinding veils!
Is there are prickly person in your life? This dharma post will help you to skillfully mend your relationship or let it go.
Having explored a veil of thoughts on a subject, we’re better able to share it with others without feeling we have something to prove or defend.
Cultivating inner peace is the only way to cultivate sustainable peace in the world.
When we have people in our lives we find difficult, the veil metaphor can help us relate to them more skillfully.
When we’re fighting each other, it’s because we can’t see each other as intrinsically interconnected expressions of life. Instead, we focus on our perceived differences and weave threads of assumptions, opinions, projections, stereotypes, etc. into thought veils that blind us.
Many who read my weekly blog posts have not heard me give a dharma talk, but here’s an opportunity to
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When I was eleven and just moved to San Francisco, for some reason I began making stuff up. In a
I just can’t seem to let go of Letting Go! This Paramita, the third on the list, seems so crucial