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...
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...
You are Not Alone: Healing the Myth of Separation

You are Not Alone: Healing the Myth of Separation

The dharma invites us to face ourselves fully. But through fear, we sometimes distract ourselves, over-fill ourselves, and hold onto external attachments, in order to avoid.…what? The illusion that we are separate and isolated manifests in ways conscious and...
Who Am I?

Who Am I?

“Who Am I?” is a fundamental question. You have to live the question, day in and day out. You cannot think through an answer. The self (‘I’ and ‘my’) lands on objects, voluntarily or involuntarily. Primary objects of interest...

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