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There’s a great article this month from Buddhist teacher Toni Bernhard called Deep Dukkha which will resonate with most of us. Find the journal here.
The role of skillful teachers in guiding our practice can’t be over emphasized. A good teacher is like a good tour guide, pointing out the way and advising us so that we don’t stray too far from the path. When … Continue reading
My experience of the mind has changed over the course of four decades of practice. At first, although I knew that thoughts were present, “I” didn’t perceive that I was not my thoughts. I hadn’t learned to step back and … Continue reading
Anything can happen, and when you least expect it, it will. I am reminded of this daily, mostly in small ways, sometimes in great ones. When I rehearse for the future it almost never works out as anticipated. For example, … Continue reading