Genuine Happiness: An Alternative Perspective

Genuine Happiness: An Alternative Perspective

So much of what we hear and learn about within Dharma practice places an arguably unnecessary emphasis on suffering (dukkha). While the acceptance of suffering (dukkha) is an important and essential aspect of the path, it is by no means the end of the story. In one of...
Moving Beyond the Myth of Loneliness

Moving Beyond the Myth of Loneliness

What changes as we consciously turn toward our suffering, rather than away? We are conditioned to experience ourselves as separate from life, but in that outward gaze, we often overlook an experience of belonging that is inherent. How does our habit of seeking shift...
Sajja: A Practice for Everyone

Sajja: A Practice for Everyone

“Vince writes: “”In 2003 I took a one-month temporary ordination at Wat Thamkrabok, a unique monastery in central Thailand. My intention was to explore Buddhism and meditation, but what I got was not what I expected. I was given a ‘Sajja’...
Relief – In This Very Moment, In This Very Breath

Relief – In This Very Moment, In This Very Breath

Practicing mindfulness together with the four Divine Abidings (loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity), we develop our ability to bring relief to even the most challenging moments of our lives. We begin by strengthening our habit to increase our mindfulness...

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