3/17/11 by Jason Wachob: Sharon Salzberg is one of the leading insight meditation teachers in the world.
by Bart Brodsky: Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D. is a psychiatrist with over fifty years’ experience researching nonordinary states of consciousness.
by Ram Dass: The most important aspect of love is not in giving or the receiving: it’s in the being.
by Bruce Davis, Ph.D.: Silence for most people is a foreign experience. Too much silence and it brings up fear.
by Amanda Gore: Last blog, I wrote about being a walking joy spot and the value of gratitude glasses. Today, we are discussing what I call “the joy switch.”
by Bruce Davis, Ph.D.: As soon as we enter into silence, there are gifts that renew and strengthen our essential selves. These gifts are qualities that enlighten and bring real joy.
by Amanda Gore: Here are a few tips to develop the virtues of compassion and grace in your life.
by Jack Canifield: We all aspire to be, do and have great things. Yet most of us simply aren’t creating the results we want.
Eckhart Tolle: Question: I heard the Dalai Lama say that secular spirituality is more important than religious spirituality. Do you think your teaching belongs to this category?
By Shelley Emling: Meg Beattie Patrick, a New York City-area communications specialist, has survived cancer, divorce, single motherhood, the death of a child, the loss of a home and business — and worse.