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...
Breathe! Delight in Meditation

Breathe! Delight in Meditation

How can we delight in our meditation? Learning to bring loving awareness to the breath, feeling the ebb and flow in real time as we sit quietly, is an art. The key is in our approach. Sometimes in practicing mindfulness of breathing, there can be an over-emphasis or...
Uncovering your Natural Awareness

Uncovering your Natural Awareness

There are many ways to practice mindfulness, from the focused and deliberate to the expansive and relaxed. In this session, Diana teaches about natural awareness, which is a wide open, spacious, effortless awareness of awareness. Learn simple shifts and “Glimpse...
Confidence in the Dhamma, Confidence in Yourself

Confidence in the Dhamma, Confidence in Yourself

As we attune to the truth of impermanence (anicca) the very preciousness of life itself begins to penetrate our awareness: the flowers will not last forever, our dear friends will come and go, those we love will grow old. Even how we chop our vegetables matters if we...

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