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Getting buzzed in boat pose? Beer yoga could be your next favorite fitness class.
Lately I've been hearing a lot of complaints from my coaching clients and friends about their partners. The summary? They're
Two Buddhist teachers reveal how conquering anger and quiet resistance is key to bringing lasting change to the world
Lastly, take comfort in the fact that by caring so much you have already made the world a better place. In time, you will
Before Election: Chop wood, carry water. After Election: Chop wood, carry water. Loosely "translated," that means: whatever
"With each step, my mood improves. One step at a time, I help myself feel better. These are small steps, taken one at a time
Koans are the special short questions of spiritual masters in the Chan and Zen traditions. (Chinese Chan became Japanese
Buddhist meditation -- and its recent secular incarnation in mindfulness -- is clinically proven to help build resilience to cope with life's stresses. It's inspirational to know that it played a part in ensuring December's historic deal in Paris.
I just had a realization. Well, maybe "realization" is too fancy a word. Make that more of an insight. Nah... "insight" sounds
Because the society we live in affects our lives, we need to understand social issues to the same degree we understand our own personal problems. We need to bring about social change so that we can live more freely and happily.
Gratitude is a practice. Befriending what we haven’t chosen is also a practice.
Meditation is about gaining direct insight into the contradiction inside yourself and trying to resolve that contradiction within you. Once you gain that insight, if you decide something does not work for you, then you have to let it go. At that point you can use the term, empty your mind.
You can take that one step further by trying to figure out if there's a nugget of good or a learning lesson in what you're
It's a family that needs almost no introduction. But here it is anyway. It started with Loudon -- a musical legend -- and continued on to Sloan, Rufus, Martha, Lucy, Lexi, Suzzi...and, well, you almost need a genealogy chart, or at least a timeline, to map it out.