If you want the teens in your life to benefit from mindfulness practice, the first step, says Dzung X. Vo, is to have a strong practice yourself.
The iconic doll, once notorious for her unattainable body proportions and unabashed materialism, is changing her ways one Buddhist practice at a time.
Here’s the latest piece from The Under 35 Project, by Subha Srinivasan, about finding her identity as a mother.
What do you want to be for Halloween? Who do you want to be in life? Ira Sukrungruang on the costumes we wear.
Bonnie Nadzam relives the childhood ritual of playing dead.
Karen Connelly on giving unseen beings their due.
A koan can be anything that disrupts our usual way of being. Have you noticed that happens a lot in life? Eve Myonen Marko and Wendy Egyoku Nakao explain how we can use our personal koans to experience reality in a new way.
Tens of times a day, Diana Winston’s two-year-old daughter helps her practice letting go.
Nuanprang Snitbhan on the middle way of parenting.
We review “Mop Rides the Waves of Life” by Jaimal Yogis and Matthew Allen.