We humans are gifted at finding fault. Buddhist teacher Tara Brach teaches us how we can connect to compassion instead.
For many of us, healing from trauma is the most important journey we can take in life. Psychologist and Buddhist teacher Tara Brach tells the inspiring story of her client Rosalie, and how she started to heal the wounds in her mind, body, and heart. *Trigger warning: The abuse Rosalie suffered is described graphically in […]
Meditation teachers Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, and Trudy Goodman explore questions around how white people can open to and respond to the suffering of racism in our society.
Meditations and practices to help us loving-awareness and contribute to the healing of our world in the coronavirus era.
Sometimes we think irrational things while the truth is right in front of us. When that happens, says Jeremy Mohler, four simple words can help bring us back to earth.
On April 22, East Bay Meditation Center will host “The Power of Compassion,” a benefit event led by Tara Brach.
In Andrea Miller’s article, Tara Brach discusses a technique called RAIN that she frequently teaches to her students, and also uses in her own life. Here’s a guided reflection for applying RAIN in your own life, excerpted from True Refuge.
When Tara Brach came to recognize her own white privilege, it revealed blind spots. That changed her as a dharma teacher and leader.
On Monday, President Obama said the Burmese government’s treatment of Rohingya people will be “a great test for the democracy of the future.”
Western psychology and Buddhism—together they offer us a complete diagnosis of the human condition. Andrea Miller talks to psychotherapist Tara Brach, who works to combine these two disciplines into a powerful path to love and fulfillment.