Author Natalie Goldberg discusses Zen and the writer’s practice.
Zen teacher Edward Espe Brown with yoga teacher Patricia Sullivan on combining Buddhist practice and yoga.
We asked four teachers — all of whom practice both yoga and Buddhism — how the two can work together.
Does spiritual practice mean we can never get angry? No, says Sylvia Boorstein, it’s all how you work with it.
“The life force called windhorse is the unlimited energy of basic goodness, buddhanature, inherent wakefulness. We connect with it through meditation practice.”
Chris Stewart-Patterson, M.D., on some guidelines on thinking critically about treatments and their efficacy.
“Yoga practice is not necessarily relaxing; it trains us to be centered, awake, confident and flexible within effortful situations.”
“In that moment, I discovered a love for her that had nothing to do with my own preconceptions.”
As our world grows more chaotic and unpredictable, says Margaret Wheatley, we’re asking questions that can only be answered by spiritual traditions.
Do big business and Buddhism mix? Samuel Fromartz talks with three entrepeneurs who’ve tried to combine spiritual values and business success.