Scientists have found that a kind of Chinese mindfulness meditation practice is linked with actual physical changes in the brain — changes that may even have protective effects against mental illness.
by Tsoknyi Rinpoche: As I’ve traveled around the United States recently, I’ve been so moved by the interest people have shown in finding ways to connect with essence love.
by Stephan Schwartz: The sense of spiritual consciousness, connecting to something greater than oneself, is one of the most intoxicating realms a human can enter.
by Rod Stryker: The Secret to Making Positive Life Changes. Over the years, I’ve lectured to tens of thousands of people on the subject of improving their quality of life.
Leonard Jacobson begins this talk by speaking about the truth, which becomes available to us as we settle fully into the present moment.
by Lama Surya Das: Many people have been asking me of late if Steve Jobs really was a Buddhist. The answer is yes, and for many years.
by Eckhart Tolle: There’s a particular dimension where creativity arises. It’s a little bit like the wick burning the flame, and its sustenance is the oil – it’s in an oil lamp, and you are the flame.
Before I began my spiritual practice with the Brahma Kumaris I was aware on an intuitive level that life wasn’t all I was seeing with these two eyes.
by Nadia Webb: A new study suggests that your brain reacts the same way to meditation as it does to sex. Both dissolve our sense of self-awareness, separating ourselves from our ego. Sex in the brain, and what it reveals about the neuroscience of deep pleasure.
Bill Moyers’ interview with Pema Chodron ends with segment 6, courtesy of PBS.