A reader asks Sylvia Boorstein: “What’s the point of practice if it’s not making me a better person?”
Author and lay Zen teacher Susan Moon is asked: “Should I stop meditating when emotions begin to overwhelm me?”
An isolated practitioner asks dharma teacher Mitchell Ratner where to look for community.
As part of our #MeditationHacks series, Vinny Ferraro, senior faculty of Mindful Schools, instructs a parent too busy to maintain a meditation practice, asking: Are there moments in your day when you could check in with yourself?
Tenku Ruff, a Zen priest, answers the question about finding the balance between trying too hard and not trying hard enough.
Whether you keep your eyes open or closed during meditation depends on your approach.
You can’t breathe wrong. Generally, Buddhist meditation is not a yogic practice in which you’re supposed to breathe in a particular way.
As part of our #MeditationHacks series, we share what to do when you feel like jumping off the cushion.
We share an explanation of different hand positions used in Buddhist meditation.
I’ve carved out time and space in my home for meditation. But, I still find it so easy to avoid it! Are there any tricks that can help?