The key to health and happiness, says Tulku Thondup, is a mind that is peaceful and positive. This respected Buddhist teacher and author offers insights and meditations to help us access the natural healing power of mind.
Mushim Patricia Ikeda traces her path as a parent through some of the humorous, poignant and penetrating conversations she’s had with her young son, Joshua.
A Talk on The Sandokai of Sekito Kisen by Suzuki Roshi.
Suffering is more than the first noble truth of Buddhism. To see our own and others’ suffering is the first step on the path, the birthplace of compassion. Judy Lief offers guidance on the journey.
By allowing yourself the space to be as you are, you discover a self-existing sanity that lies deeper than thought or feeling. For many of us this may be the hardest path of all—opening our hearts to ourselves.
Psychologically, we are migrators. Going from one thing to another is what makes us happy. So do you think that all stops when you die?
Dr. Nancy Harris has dedicated herself to fighting the malnutrition and preventable disease threatening Tibet’s children, seeking solutions within Tibet.
Gretel Ehrlich walks in the footsteps of St. Francis through the Umbrian countryside and ponders the life of a saint who was “radical without bitterness, vital yet gentle, dramatic—even outrageous at times—without narcissism.”
The classical yoga scriptures say that yoga postures, considered to be physical preparation for sitting meditation, should be done with ease.