Awaken Spirit – Buddhism

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The Art Of Doing Nothing

January 5th, 2024|

by Chad Foreman: Recently my mother met a friend on the street. “How’s your son doing? the friend asked. […]

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Faith – Sharon Salzberg

December 15th, 2023|

by Sharon Salzberg: Faith is something very personally meaningful to me.  […]

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Don’t Shoot the Second Arrow!

December 11th, 2023|

by Susan Bernstein:  I recently learned a great question that’s reducing my need to complain or suffer, and I want to share it with you: […]

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Diving Into Your Fear

November 19th, 2023|

By Ed and Deb Shapiro: The saying goes that when the Buddha was confronted with fear he invited it in for tea… […]

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Pema Chödrön On 4 Keys To Waking Up

November 10th, 2023|

by Pema Chödrön: On retreat with Pema Chödrön at Omega Institute, Lion Roar’s Andrea Miller explores these four essential ways to walk the walk… […]

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Quotes by Pema Chödrön

October 27th, 2023|

1. “There’s a reason you can learn from everything: you have basic wisdom, basic intelligence, and basic goodness.” […]

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Dakini: The Goddess Who Takes Form as a Woman

September 12th, 2023|

by Vicki Noble: The Tibetan Buddhist Dakini is a compelling icon of untamed female freedom. Like a trickster or the Fool in a Tarot deck, the dakini releases blockages in the energy field and melts [...]

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Thich Nhat Hanh and the Light We Carry Forward

September 7th, 2023|

By Marianne Williamson: The blessing he leaves behind. When a great soul leaves the earth, the gifts they shared while they were here dissolve into a misty blessing that remains though they are gone… [...]

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Adyashanti Spiritual Addiction

September 4th, 2023|

by Adyashanti: A spiritual person can become addicted to spiritual highs and miss the experience of Truth. […]

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Beat Zen – Alan Watts

August 3rd, 2023|

by Alan Watts: It is as difficult for Anglo-Saxons as for the Japanese to absorb anything quite so Chinese as Zen.  […]