In the late 90s, a group of Buddhist teachers and practitioners began talking about the need for a new meditation center in Oakland, California.
Ellen-Marie Silverman explains what we can learn from Buddhism about supporting people with stuttering problems.
Often, people with mobility impairments are excluded from encountering the dharma. The time is ripe to address accessibility head-on.
Steve Silberman’s book, “Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity,” is changing the way we think about cognitive differences.
Decades later, Judy Panko Reis sees that out of even the darkest violence a new life of service and transformation can emerge.
Jim Willems’ chronic pain and illness had become so bad he decided to take his own life. But the dharma kept him going through the darkness.
Embrace Change: leading Buddhist teachers and writers offer stories, teachings, and meditations to help us embrace the change in our lives.
It’s caring, it’s cost-effective, and it works. Is integrative medicine the future of health care? A report by Kelly McGonigal, PhD.
Toni Bernhard on why a law professor like her would write a Buddhist book on how to deal with chronic illness.
“Social and cultural factors impact our health profoundly, both positively and negatively.”