Buddhism

True spirituality requires us to be fully present for life.

For us to begin to look directly at the world situation is not a question of ceremony or of religion. Meditation helps us to look deeply at the sorrow that exists now in our world...

A calm mind is essential to living life with more openness and clarity. With clarity comes insight, which frees us from our reactive patterns.

Insight Meditation, also known as Vipassana Meditation, teaches us in gentle, consistent ways to...

Insight Meditation, also known as Vipassana Meditation, is a simple technique that originated in the Buddha’s teachings more than 2,500 years ago. Its practice teaches us in a gentle, consistent way to calm and steady our mind by grounding our...

The essential message of the Buddha, and other wisdom teachers throughout the ages, is that the very qualities we yearn for and work so hard to develop are immediately present as the essence of our being. The path of awakening doesn’t demand that...

We spend many moments in a trance of feeling separate from others, deficient, and afraid of failure. Yet we intuit a deeper potential—to embody the loving awareness that is our deepest nature.

This meditation retreat with Tara Brach, the...

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Join this program live online! $59 early bird price through 4/20/16, $79 regular price. Available on demand until 7/21/16....

Omega: To be a spiritual warrior—an archetype in all traditions—you've said we need to “transcend the stories we make up in our own minds about ourselves and our shortcomings.... It's the labels that we apply and that are applied...

If you could actually see what you do with your mind, and see its effect on your life, what would that look like? Watch as Pema Chödrön shares a fitting image.

 

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Every day you see, hear, and experience new things. But can old dogs learn new tricks? Pema Chödrön has the answer.

 

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Anger is capable of pointing us back to love. It arises as a result of an offense to what we love. If we can use anger to reconnect to love, then that anger—the response that we have to injustice, pain, and suffering in the world—can be a...

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