Psychologist John Welwood looks at the difference between absolute and relative love, and the wound within each of us that no other can heal.
Pema Chödrön offers her unique perspective on The Way of the Bodhisattva, and addresses how we free ourselves from powerful emotional spells.
Pema Chödrön and Dzigar Kongtrül—a student and her teacher—talk straight about honesty, self-deception, and why the difference is the key to the dharma.
It’s a fascinating interplay, and in addition to reinforcing our commitment to honesty in our practice, we’re given a new point of view on the student/teacher relationship.
In and out of hospital since childhood, Diana Atkinson on a life cut to pieces.
John Baker says that group therapy can offer the insight, immediacy, and self-awareness that is the goal of Buddhist practice.
When so much talk of morality is marked by aggression and self-righteousness, Robert Coles, child psychiatrist, is a gentler and deeper moral voice.