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Salt Minding

Salt Minding – HIGHLIGHT

On the Samadhi Cushions blog, Acharya Michael Greenleaf offers a true-to-life metaphor for the way we reach for thoughts. The other day, I had a chat with my friend Amos, a doctor. He told me about a study looking at salt in the diet. Excess ... continue
Posted September 17, 2010 by

Cultivating a Healthy Sense of Self – HIGHLIGHT

By Sakyong Mipham In his journey toward enlightenment, the Buddha saw that human existence is characterized by three qualities: impermanence, suffering, and selflessness. He discovered that we suffer because we try to make ourselves solid and permanent, while our fundamental state of being is unconditionally open and ... continue
Posted April 10, 2010 by
Living in a Living World

Living in a Living World – HIGHLIGHT

You are invited to view teachings from Acharya Moh Hardin and Sangyum Cynde Grieve, courtesy of the Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center. You may view Part One in the series on this page, and then click here to view Parts Two-Six January 23-24, 2010 Being vs. Becoming continue
Posted March 21, 2010 by
Three Methods for Working with Chaos, by Pema Chodron

Three Methods for Working with Chaos, by Pema Chodron – HIGHLIGHT

Sometimes late at night or on a long walk with a friend, we find ourselves discussing our ideas about how to live and how to act and what is important in life. If we’re studying Buddhism and practicing meditation, we might talk of no-self and emptiness, ... continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Jennifer Holder


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