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The Gradual Power of Meditation

The Gradual Power of Meditation – HIGHLIGHT

Pixoto:Bradley van der Westhuizen A Reflection on the Practice of Meditation by Linda Lewis originally published on the Elephant Journal From a Buddhist point of view, ignorance is giving in to seduction, hoping that something or someone “other” will fundamentally enrich us and make us live happily ever after. Ignorance is ... continue
Posted December 12, 2015 by
The Range of Emotions...

The Range of Emotions… – HIGHLIGHT

…Inspired By a Child’s Birthday COLUMN: Children and Family article by Heather Grimes edited by Renée Picard Photo: Harry Walker / Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain) originally published on elephantjournal.com Friday was two days after my daughter Opal’s fifth birthday. We went to Sunflower Farms with my parents who were visiting from Ohio. My ... continue
Posted September 18, 2015 by
Adventures in Doll-Making

Adventures in Doll-Making – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Children and Family Why our Imperfect First Try was a Winner article by Heather Grimes edited by Renée Picard photo courtesy of the author originally published on elephant.com We have no idea when inspiration will strike. It can come like a jolt, or as a slow-percolating notion. The thing is, as ... continue
Posted August 24, 2015 by Dan
The Simple Technique that Changed My Life

The Simple Technique that Changed My Life – HIGHLIGHT

On Meditation guest article by Travis May, St. Petersburg, FL originally published on elephant journal During meditation instruction I try to convey some importance about the part of the technique that involves letting go of our thoughts and returning to the breath. But, I don’t think that I really ... continue
Posted June 25, 2014 by
Join the Sakyong for Live Interview Online

Join the Sakyong for Live Interview Online

Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, head of the Shambhala lineage, will be joining sangha member Waylon Lewis next week on his popular online talk show, Walk the Talk. Tune in and watch live Wednesday, April 2nd at 1:30pm Mountain Standard Time: www.elephantjournal.com The Sakyong believes revealing humanity’s natural worthiness and ... continue
Posted March 29, 2014 by
Walk the Talk with Sakyong Mipham

Walk the Talk with Sakyong Mipham – HIGHLIGHT

Here in this video interview with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Waylon Lewis – Founder of elephant journal, discusses the Sakyong’s new book: Running with the Mind of Meditation, which will be released on April 10, 2012. To view more, and watch a video with bonus footage from this ... continue
Posted April 7, 2012 by
Educating for Noble Qualities In Challenging Times

Educating for Noble Qualities In Challenging Times – HIGHLIGHT

[caption id=”attachment_28632″ align=”alignright” width=”300″ >Elephant Journal I went to school in the early 80’s at Vidya Elementary, a Shambhala Buddhist school that used to exist in Boulder. The school was in a couple of houses in what in those days was the far north end of town. ... continue
Posted January 23, 2012 by
Elephant's 2010 Picks for Books

Elephant’s 2010 Picks for Books – HIGHLIGHT

It’s true that elephants don’t read. Nonetheless, elephant–the online journal founded by Waylon Lewis–has a thought-provoking list of “Top Reads of 2010,” centered on compassion, the environment, and spirituality. Here are just a few… Eaarth: Making Life on a Tough New Planet That’s not a misspelling in the ... continue
Posted December 30, 2010 by
Eavesdrop on Modern Sages

Eavesdrop on Modern Sages – HIGHLIGHT

Don’t miss these interviews, recently featured on the Chronicles, Elephant, and the ID Project: Recent Dispatches on the Chronicles May 9 and May 15, 2009 Julia Sagebien hosts conversations with the Ashe Acharya John Rockwell and Acharya Richard John on a variety of issues ranging from recent curriculum changes ... continue
Posted June 17, 2009 by

The Evolution of an American Buddhist Lineage

By Waylon H. Lewis It may well be ironic, in a community founded upon the notion of impermanence—a community formed by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, the rug-pulling, cocoon-popping pioneer who first succeeded in making the genuine Buddhadharma fully accessible to the modern West—that we are still so ... continue
Posted March 26, 2009 by

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