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The Middle Way of Stress

Should stress always be avoided? Can it be productive? What are its symptoms and what is its cure? Buddhist teacher Judy Lief on what stress really is, and what the Buddhist teachings have to say [...]

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Dad’s Happiness

In her widowed father’s pale, hopeful face, Ann Nichols saw that everything her mother had fallen for in a [...]

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Enlightenment in Female Form

While the images we habitually associate with enlightenment—whether buddhas, teachers, or deities—are usually [...]

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Running Into Meditation

Meditating and running go hand in hand, says Sakyong Mipham. Exercise can be a support for meditation, and [...]

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How to do Walking Meditation

Arinna Weisman and Jean Smith, authors of The Beginner's Guide to Insight Meditation, shed light on a common [...]

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