Articles for: Tara Brach

by Tara Brach: Over a decade ago, a small group of Buddhist teachers and psychologists...

by Tara Brach: Namaste and welcome!

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To listen is to lean in softly with a willingness to be changed by what...

by Tara Brach: There is one thing that, when cultivated and regularly practiced, leads to...

by Tara Brach: The Buddhist practice for developing mindfulness is called vipassana, which means “clear...

by Tara Brach: We can learn to let go of our negative conceptions of ourselves...

by Tara Brach: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of R.A.I.N…

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by Tara Brach: When I was in college, I went off to the mountains for...

by Tara Brach: As living organisms anxious about our existence, we’re all naturally rigged to...

by Tara Brach: The modern-day mystic and Jesuit priest Anthony de Mello once said: “Enlightenment...

Tara Brach and her husband, meditation teacher Jonathan Foust, have developed a regular practice for...

by Tara Brach: Four steps to stop being so hard on ourselves…

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by Tara Brach: Although not always highlighted in the West, prayer and devotion are a...

by Tara Brach: Four steps to stop being so hard on ourselves….

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by Tara Brach: Omega… In recent months there has been significant unrest in various parts...

by Tara Brach: When we really listen to another, they sense a space where they...

Tej Rae talks to Buddhist meditation leader, psychotherapist and author Tara Brach about how to...

by Tara Brach: If we are to wake up out of our patterning, a key...

by Tara Brach: My earliest memories of being happy are of playing in the ocean....

by Tara Brach: Evolution has rigged all of us with a negativity bias…

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Accepting our physical sensations—whether pleasant or not—is one of the most challenging and liberating of...

An interview with Tara Brach

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by Andrea Miller: The open sky, the scent of pine, the smell of sea—summer in...

by Tara Brach: Inquiring Mind: In your book you talk about being caught for years...