by Hwansan Sunim: In my recent posts (“How to Meditate Sitting in a Chair, Parts 1 and 2,” “How to Meditate Standing Up,” “How to Meditate Lying Down,” and “How to Set Up a Meditation Practice at Home”),
Maranda Pleasant: With meditation, it’s funny how sometimes the things we see as electives or the things that we try to fit in
By Deepak Chopra, M.D.: For most people, science deserves its reputation for being opposed to religion.
by Pragito Dove: I have just returned from my second visit to Brazilian healer, John of God. For those of you not familiar with his work, let me give you some background.
by Hwansan Sunim: Meditating while not moving is the “quiet” form of Son meditation and is distinguished from the “active” mode of meditation
by Caroline Ryder: In the California desert, a vipassana pioneer prepares for the next stage of her remarkable life…
by Judy Lief: You have a mind, body, thoughts, and a natural bent toward awakening.
by Hwansan Sunim: In part one, we learned how to engage correct meditation posture and breathing. Now we enter into the heart of Son Buddhist meditation…
by Hwansan Sunim: This is formally called “Son in the midst of commotion.” I simply call it the “active” mode of Son meditation.
by Hwansan Sunim: We’ve been hearing that the traditional cross-legged meditation posture is too difficult for beginners…