The Buddha knew that illness is a natural part of human life. Toni Bernhard shares how the first noble truth has helped her gracefully accept being chronically ill.
Have your plans ever worked out exactly as you’d hoped? Toni Bernhard explains how to dance through life’s complications.
Toni Bernhard has an mindfulness exercise for bringing compassion to feelings of loneliness.
Toni Bernhard discusses why she thinks Mindfulness should not be considered a passive practice.
Toni Bernhard sheds light on how easily we attach to ideas of ourselves, when these are really nothing more than just that: ideas.
When someone we care about is seriously ill, we often feel uncomfortable and don’t know what to do. This book gives some good advice.
Discursive thinking can be slowed down to give the mind a rest. Toni Bernhard gives five suggestions for practicing “Not-Thinking.”
A post by Toni Bernhard on the Buddha’s “five hinderances” and how we can overcome these obstacles.
Karma is essential to Buddhist psychology, says Toni Bernhard, because karma molds our character.
Toni Bernhard discusses suffering as it is understood in Buddhism. She introduces three kinds of dukkha and then a helpful practice for working with these.