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Posts for Meditation

"Mindfulness, Compassion & Wisdom: Three Means To Peace" by Joseph Goldstein

2010 May 11

How can three principles of meditation be applied to the world's conflicts? The method is mindfulness, the expression is compassion, and the essence is wisdom.

"Mindfulness Meditation" by Steven V. Smith

2010 April 16

Simple instructions for a daily sitting meditation practice.

"Cultivating Compassion: Meditation for Better Relationships" by Chade-Meng Tan

2010 April 08

There are at least two components to spiritual practice: Wisdom and Compassion. Associating with people, especially in difficult situations, helps us grow Compassion.

"Falling Off a Horse With Mindfulness" by Deborah Schoeberlein

2010 March 31

The practice of mindfulness meditation can help us cope with the unexpected events life throws at us.

"Apple" by Calvin Malone

2010 March 30

Every part of every day offers an open invitation for quiet reflection and mindful awareness.

"Walking Meditation" by Steven V. Smith

2010 March 24

Meditation doesn’t always require you to sit still: walking meditation brings mindfulness to every step.

"Family Life as Practice" by John Makransky

2010 March 19

Buddhist “non-attachment” is sometimes misconstrued as “non-loving.” But in the Buddhist view, self-protective clinging prevents us from loving our families more unconditionally, powerfully, and enjoyably.

"Mindfulness in 2 Minutes" by Chade-Meng Tan

2010 March 17

To "just be" is simultaneously the most ordinary and the most precious experience in life.

"To Touch Enlightenment With the Body" by Reginald Ray

2010 March 11

A close examination of physical pain and suffering can be a gateway to greater spiritual understanding.

"Why I Meditate" by Shane Hennesey

2010 March 11

When you feel truly connected to the world, real kindness emerges.

"Loving-Kindness Meditation" by Steven V. Smith

2010 March 10

This practice comes from the Buddhist tradition, but can be easily adapted and practiced by anyone, regardless of religious affiliation.

"Practicing in Daily Life" by Joseph Goldstein

2010 March 10

We need to create a rhythm in our lives, establishing a balance between times when we are active in the world and times when we turn inward.

"Sky-Gazing Meditation" By Lama Surya Das

2010 March 01

Lama Surya presents a path to accessing the sky-like nature of the Buddha Mind.

"Meditation: Receiving the Healing, Liberating Power of Love" by John Makransky

2010 March 01

We all possess a tremendous capacity for love, compassion and wisdom. This meditation practice will help you gently relax into the open, loving nature of your mind.

 

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