LionsRoar.com editor, Rod Meade Sperry, on how mindfulness set him on the Buddhist path, and why it can benefit all people.
We asked four teachers — all of whom practice both yoga and Buddhism — how the two can work together.
Michael Stone outlines the difference between mindfulness and concentration.
What does it mean to be in the moment? What does it mean to be mindful?
Toni Bernhard has an mindfulness exercise for bringing compassion to feelings of loneliness.
Bhante Henepola Gunaratana, author of the classic meditation manual Mindfulness in Plain English, explains the jhanas and how they can be reached.
In this teaching by Ken Jones, the Buddhist teacher and poet gives practical guidance on how to we can develop a positive response to our misfortunes.
While we can’t control when we feel anger or fear—or how strongly—we can gain some control over what we do while in their grip.
“No, Mama, no! I going draw on the couch!” When “Burmese Lessons” author Karen Connelly loses her cool in a battle of wills with her three-year-old, she learns valuable lessons about mindful parenting.
Four leading thinkers address Buddhists’ questions about secular mindfulness: Where are the ethics? Does it go deep enough? Will it help or hurt Buddhism?