Pema Chödrön and Dzigar Kongtrül—a student and her teacher—talk straight about honesty, self-deception, and why the difference is the key to the dharma.
Articles for Meditation
PEMA CHÖDRÖN offers her unique perspective on The Way of the Bodhisattva, Shantideva’s classic description of the Mahayana path.
We base our lives on seeking happiness and avoiding suffering, but the best thing we can do for ourselves—and for the planet—is to turn this whole way of thinking upside down.
by Pema Chödrön: Meditation takes us just as we are, with our confusion and our sanity. This complete acceptance of ourselves as we are is a simple, direct relationship with our being.
Khandro Thrinlay Chodon, a dakini & an emanation of Mother Tara, sings the “calling the lama from afar.”
by Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW: The Dalai Lama is quoted as saying: “Do not let the behavior of others destroy your inner peace.”
Marianne Williamson Interview, by Daniel Redwood: DANIEL REDWOOD: Which aspects of American culture are most in need of healing, and which are most in need of preservation?
I’m interested in providing as much interesting and valuable content on this blog as possible, it seems a natural to share some of these profiles, starting with this one of Marianne Williamson.
by Ken Page: I’m most honored to have Marianne Williamson share her insights with readers of this blog. Marianne is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer, and one of America’s most beloved spiritual teachers.
by Marianne Williamson: I HAD ONCE FLOWN on an airplane that lost an engine over the Pacific Ocean, and from that experience I developed a fear of takeoffs.