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Caregiving as a Spiritual Discipline

Caregiving as a Spiritual Discipline – HIGHLIGHT

Discipline, a paramita that packs a surprise for caregivers by Marsha Weiner and Andrea Sherman  When we started this series on dharma tools for caregivers, our exploration included the paramitas, those transcendent qualities of the heart, and whether they could guide us away from the shore of caregiver ... continue
Posted March 15, 2016 by CGH
Crossing Into New Territory

Crossing Into New Territory – HIGHLIGHT

A Shambhalian caregiver shares his personal experience of caring for his parents during their passages through dementia, illness and death by Larry Barnett I knew we’d crossed into new territory when my father called me at midnight. “Where are you? I thought we were having lunch today,” he ... continue
Posted March 13, 2016 by CGH
No Big Deal


Non-judgment as a dharma tool for caregivers by Marsha Weiner and Andrea Sherman In an earlier article in this series on dharma tools for caregivers we delved into a quote from Trungpa Rinpoche:  “Don’t give up on anyone.” We uncovered its special application for caregivers: don’t give up on ... continue
Posted March 11, 2016 by CGH
Don't Give Up On Yourself, Part 2

Don’t Give Up On Yourself, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

Practice instructions for meditative tools to support the self-care of caregivers by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner photos courtesy of Joey Johannsen As practitioners who are also caregivers, it is important to remember; don’t give up on anyone, including yourself. You can turn to the dharma and discover tools ... continue
Posted February 2, 2016 by CGH
Being Old in the 21st century

Being Old in the 21st century – HIGHLIGHT

One day, as I was interviewing a young woman who wanted a job working with older adults, she told me: “When the consumer needs toileting, I…”  I wondered.  “Oh, is she going to tell me about bed pans or the correct terminology for bodily processes?”  But that wasn’t ... continue
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