Ajahn Amaro presents two helpful meditation practices you can do while listening to the inner sound.
Could YOU practice Right Speech for a month? No lies, no hurtful speech, no gossip?
Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman tells the protesters of Occupy Wall Street that they’re just the kind of people the country needs.
To really listen to others, we must first learn to listen to ourselves. Three techniques for tuning in to body, speech, and mind.
Understanding Buddhism, says Reginald Ray, takes place in stages of ever-deepening and more direct experience.
When it comes to contemplation practice, all we need is the power of our thoughts, says Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.
“Words have a profound effect, shaping how we look at things,” says Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. “The words of the dharma have power in a positive sense; as they begin to penetrate us, we start to think, ‘Maybe my mind actually is tameable.'”
The roots of a word contain a rich bank of associations and metaphors that reveal the marvelous ways in which disparate ideas link and interrelate.