The answer to your first question is easy: Yes, I meditate every day at least one hour, and I study Buddhism daily too.Read More »
In this, the busiest time of year for many of us, it is very difficult to give ourselves permission to rest. Unfortunately, rest is what we most need to stay healthy, not only for ourselves, but for those around us. You see, when we allow ourselves to receive what we need we unconsciously …Read More »
Tibetan Buddhist nuns from Sravasti Abbey, the Buddhist monastery outside of Newport, will begin a new series of meditation classes at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane, beginning Aug. 12
Classes will be weekly on Mondays from 6:30-8:00 p.m through Sept. 16.Read More »
You’ve landed on a central issue for every meditator: what to do with a drifting mind. The question addresses the irony that we have a learning curve to simply be with our experience of being. Meditation is just a circumscribed time of minimal distraction.Read More »
Meditation is a friend of mine. The level of friend is the real question.
I am sure we all have different levels of our friend tier.Read More »
As I began my seat in meditation today I was very connected with the sound and texture of my breath. It was an easy transition as I had just completed sunrise salutations. But then I remembered I was not meditating alone.Read More »