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Uncommon Advice to Heal a Broken Heart

Uncommon Advice to Heal a Broken Heart – HIGHLIGHT

guest article by Susan Piver A few years ago, I traveled across the country giving talks based on my book, The Wisdom of a Broken Heart. I drove from Boston to Victoria, B.C. and back, giving talk after talk, hearing story after story, meeting person after heartbroken ... continue
Posted October 21, 2018 by alexandra_kalinine
The Crystal Sands

The Crystal Sands – HIGHLIGHT

A short story about power dynamics and consensual relationship by Anne-Marie Keppel There once were two humans sitting on a beach. Beautiful, glistening, crystal-like sand covered the beach like a blanket of starry wonder. The sand stretched across the entire expanse surrounding them, and at the edges mingled ... continue
Posted July 12, 2018 by CGH
Compassionate Exchange

Compassionate Exchange – HIGHLIGHT

…an Active Ingredient in Cultivating Good Relations by Acharya Melissa Moore and Shastri Sandra Ladley You know what it’s like when you walk into work, your home, or a friend’s house and you notice that your colleague, partner or friend appear to be in a bad mood? What ... continue
Posted January 30, 2015 by
Cultivating Clean Friendship...

Cultivating Clean Friendship… – HIGHLIGHT

miksang …in the Sangha written by Maya Rook edited by Ani Dawa Chotso “The sangha is the community of people who have the perfect right to cut through your trips and feed you with their wisdom, as well as the perfect right to demonstrate their own neurosis and be seen ... continue
Posted May 9, 2014 by
Joining in the Dance

Joining in the Dance – HIGHLIGHT

painting by Maya RookIt’s Valentines’ Day by Maya Rook, Brooklyn, New York “Love is a mutual dance that takes place, and even if you step on each other’s toes during the dance, it is not regarded as problematic.” ~ Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche From across an inky midnight sky splattered with ... continue
Posted February 14, 2014 by
The Family Mandala, part two

The Family Mandala, part two – HIGHLIGHT

Living on the Edge Part Two by Irini Rockwell Co-emergent Wisdom and Mandala Principle The two most powerful and transformative aspects of the Five Wisdoms perspective are, 1) co-emergent wisdom: wisdom born from confusion, intensified emotions transmuted into brilliant sanity, and 2) the mandala principle: the totality of interconnected dynamic ... continue
Posted June 12, 2013 by
The Family Mandala

The Family Mandala – HIGHLIGHT

a painting by Karuna Rockwell, given to Irini for a birthday. The message reads, “Our Family. The energies meld together, clash against each other, and complement each other. Together they make a beautiful picture.”Living on the Edge by Irini Rockwell Director, Five Wisdoms Institute My husband and I decided ... continue
Posted June 7, 2013 by


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