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We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
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When I meet fellow mindfulness teachers I sometimes ask, "What do you think the difference is between mindfulness and Buddhism? If the teacher starts prattling on about brain states and alpha waves and prefrontal cortexs and amygdalas, I will wish him or her the best and quietly excuse myself.
I'm just an ordinary person who couldn't sit still for an hour when she first signed up for a Vipassana retreat yet has benefitted tremendously from the simple and challenging practice.
The Buddha taught that life by its very nature is unsatisfactory, that some level of difficulty exists for all unenlightened beings in creation.
The first teachings the Buddha gave after his enlightenment were the four noble truths. This giving of the truths is often referred to as the setting in motion of the wheel of Dharma.
Sid's next bright idea was to break his identifi cation with his body through self-mortifi cation. He went off into the jungle
Let's go all the way back to the origin of this teaching and tradition--that is, to the Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. How is
The path of the spiritual revolutionary is a long-term and gradual journey toward awakening. If you are looking for a quick
I had hit bottom. I had lost all hope; death was all I had to look forward to. On the phone with my father, I told him about
Wake up: the revolution has already begun; it started 2,500 years ago, when Sid (Siddhartha Gautama, Sid for short) emerged