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How do you keep your creative juices flowing? How do you add creative routines and practices into your daily life to refuel, recharge, and center?

Join our panel of...

When we think about the past, we often feel yearning or regret. Mindfulness—sometimes referred to as meditation in action—helps us live in the present moment, where trauma, loss, and illness can be transformed with kindness and love.

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Money, work, and wealth are not often directly addressed by spiritual teachers, which can leave those on the path fearful, confused, and disempowered. The...

The Buddha said craving is the cause of our suffering. Twelve Step programs work with the deepest forms of craving: our addictions. How can these two traditions work together?

This weekend we use Buddhist teachings to explore 12 Step...

When Being Black came out in 2000, I was chagrined by what I had done. I realized that, out of my love and appreciation for the dharma, I issued this invitation to people of color into a Buddhist American space that was not...

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Do you view your body as friend or foe? Seeing the body as a burden can erode our sense of self-worth and leave us feeling bereft of deep replenishment.

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We are no longer taking online registrations for this workshop.

More and more people are meditating these days, and research is proving meditation is good for everything from insomnia to stress. But what is it, exactly?...

True love—whether for a partner, child, parent, or friend—is not principally rooted in a secure attachment bond or anything biological. Instead, it is a spiritual path that requires mindfulness, insight, equanimity, emotional maturity, open...

Suffering is inevitable in life—we all encounter it. But how we respond to it can be the difference between more suffering and happiness.

In this weekend workshop, three teachers share stories and time-tested, empathetic, heart practices...

Omega: How do you see self-care as a particularly radical act of freedom and healing? How can meeting our individual needs bring us closer to being able to meet the needs of the many?

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