Omega Institute: talks with Sharon Salzberg, who urges us to live from love and take care of one another.
Fall in love with yourself. Fall in love with life.
by Brittany Shoot: While every generation faces a unique set of stressors, today’s teens can feel pulled in all directions,
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Quite often we put too much importance on our thoughts and take them so seriously that they can lead us into all kinds of emotional turmoil.
by Meredith May: Fresh back from five years meditating in the Buddhist forest monasteries of Burma and Thailand, Jack Kornfield went to Manhattan to meet his sister-in-law.
By Janet Attwood: Most of us know that our ability to love others is dependent on our love for our self. In fact, the love we experience in our lives is just a reflection of the love we have for our self.
by Deepak Chopra MD: Whether you work from home or in a corporate high rise, taking a little time each day to rest in the inner quiet of meditation will
by Pragito Dove: Have you ever been bullied? Were you able to respond to the bully in a way that valued YOU?
by Steve Taylor PhD: One morning in August 2000, I was sitting in my flat in Singapore, meditating, enjoying a state of inner calm.
by Marianne Williamson: Our deepest human need is not material at all. Our deepest need is to be seen. We need adventure, we need meaning, we need identity.