In loving memory of Connie Smith Siegel, amazing pastel artist, color theory teacher/author, dance partner, and partier extraordinaire. The other
Siddhartha Gautama must have looked particularly radiant the day someone asked him if he was a divine being. Not surprising,
Anger activates action, but lovingkindness creates real meaningful change. This post explores just how, and why it’s so important right now.
We’ve been focusing in the last few posts on meeting the challenges of finding our center without being self-centered. Because
The retreat centers may be closed for now, but we can take refuge as we shelter in place.
(If you are considered an essential worker, you probably don’t have time to read this, Thank you for all you
In our Cooking Pot analogy of the Buddha’s Eightfold Path, Wise Mindfulness is what we are cooking in the pot,
In our ongoing exploration of the Buddha’s Eightfold Path, using the Cooking Pot Analogy that I created years ago to
In the cooking pot analogy, Wise Mindfulness is the delicious nourishing content of the pot. It is the reason for
I’ve always found the Buddha’s many lists of wisdom teachings difficult to remember. You too? All of them are valuable,