The metaphor of veils and creativity are explored in this dharma post.
As we continue our exploration of the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path, we culminate our look at Wise View with a
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.
Have you ever regretted something you said or did? Of course. We all have. But what made us say or
Apparently 3000 years ago Greeks would think you were delusional if you claimed the thoughts in your head were your
(NOTE: We are exploring the Buddha’s Eightfold Path, a handy set of tools that help us recognize and end suffering
“As I look more deeply, I can see that in a former life I was a cloud. And I was
When my mother was fifteen years old, she got her first pair of glasses. She was, it turned out, very
Most of us accept the reality manufactured for us. We are endlessly subjected to the self-limiting perception of the need to name and claim instead of expanding our sense of who we are. In this blog post, Stephanie shares a video of a TED Talk by Ron Finley who challenges us to make our own reality.
Last week we looked at the wisdom of taking what we hear or hold dear with a grain of salt