Gyalwang Drukpa, the head of the Drukpa order of Tibetan Buddhism, knows what it’s like to be stressed out, and says nothing good comes of it.
Here’s the latest from The Under 35 Project by Ishita Gupta, about living up to our own expectations.
In our special section on how to find peace, calm and sanity in a stressed out world, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche offers this song.
An attitude of humor, says Carolyn Rose Gimian, cuts through seriousness and stress and makes life cheerful and light.
Life vs. screens: who’s really in control? Lori Deschene on how to make sure you’re the one in charge of your technology.
Try this mindful communication technique, says Susan Gillis Chapman, when you’re experiencing stress in your relationships.
Michael A. Stusser on the dangers of a wildly overstimulated brain in our modern culture of constant media consumption.
Deputy Editor Andrea Miller’s Editorial introduction to the September 2012 issue of Lion’s Roar Magazine, on the theme of stress.
For times troubled with everything from Wall Street to very inconvenient truths, Alice Walker gives us her recipe for finding equanimity.
Does awareness suffer? How we can meet our pain with openness, strength, and clarity, and our relationship to it is transformed.