The most straightforward advice on how to discover your true nature is this, says Pema Chödrön: practice not causing harm to anyone—neither yourself nor others—and every day, do what you can to help.
Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen sits down with Shambhala Sun’s Melvin McLeod to discuss illness, loss and spiritual growth.
As we get more connected globally, we’re becoming less connected locally. The global village is certainly global, but it’s no village.
Egolessness does not mean the absence of a functional self; it means that one is no longer exclusively identified with that self.
“When life is happening, design has meaning, and every design we encounter strengthens our recognition of the value of being alive.”
Mind/Body pioneer Herbert Benson on the health benefits of spirituality.
“I am not a spiritually gifted person, but my years of practice and study gave me an understanding of the task ahead.”
For the Monks of New Skete, the question “What does it mean to be human?” led them to ponder, “What does it mean to be dog?”
Ray Hunt is an American sage, a cowboy who teaches riding as a path for both human and animal to realize their true nature.