Pema Chödrön on four ways to hold our minds steady and hearts open when facing difficult people or circumstances.
According to Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, to have the definite intention to emerge from samsara is an act of warriorship, a way of dealing with our fear of death.
A profile of San Francisco Zen Center.
The weeks that followed the royal murder were weeks of general strikes, shoot-on-sight curfews, riots, and arrests of newspaper editors.
Varieties of meditational experiences by Don Morreale, Michael Stroud, Sandy Boucher, Roger Guest, Joel Weishaus and Erik Storlie.
Charles Prebish, a chronicler of Buddhism in the West, surveys some of the many choices for the would-be Buddhist practitioner. “Things sure have changed.”
When you travel around New York, you’re struck with the enormous amount of stuff there: advertisements for stuff, thousands of stores filled with stuff…
“I tell them that sometimes in health, as in other areas of life, there is a middle path. Nature, it seems, embraces moderation.”
What is strong and what is weak? How can we find the balance of both inner and outer strength? Cyndi Lee with an athletic work-out and a meditative work-in?
“Some friends and I started talking…” There’s no more powerful way to initiate change than to convene a conversation.