See if using the R.A.I.N. exercise helps to rein in those distracting or disturbing thoughts.
Challenging moments can provide insight and help us cultivate compassion. Or, they can trigger us to act on aversion, craving, and delusion. If we can note what’s arising, we always have a choice.
The deadly insurrection of January 6th will be seared in our memories. But how can we find a way to cultivate equanimity in the aftermath?
What can cat videos teach us about human nature and the causes of suffering? A lot!
Does this sound familiar?“Something is wrong here. Maybe it’s how I look or how my home looks. Online or in
How do you see your inner life? Often we create treacherous inner landscapes we must navigate. This dharma post offers a better way.
Every swimmer comes up for air and the skillful ones have developed a method of incorporating their breathing so that
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.
Notes and reflections on the climate crisis summit at Spirit Rock.
At the very center of the graphic chart of all the Buddhist teachings are the Three Marks of Existence: anicca,