Psychologist David J. Keuler is used to helping people, but this was different. Could he really practice limitless compassion?
I’m in psychotherapy and it’s been very helpful to me. Now that I’ve started doing Buddhist meditation, should I give up therapy?
A new article in The Atlantic says more Americans with mental illness are turning to Buddhism for mental health treatment. Experts might advise otherwise.
Welwood was a pioneer in the field of East–West psychology and coined the term “spiritual bypassing.”
Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson tell the story of this revolutionary breakthrough in our understanding of how meditation works.
In a new paper, researchers have proposed a scale for measuring the Buddhist virtues of loving-kindness and compassion.
The Difficult Person exercise provides a tool for us to focus on one particular person with whom we are having a hard time.
Buddhist researchers from the University of Hong Kong have published findings that suggest religious chanting can reduce stress.
Andrea Miller interviews psychiatrist and author Robert Jay Lifton, who studies the worst in human nature to help us bring out the best.
In moments of shock we might find that we are suddenly free of our habitual ways of perceiving. These are moments when we might readily tap into our inherent goodness.