Training the mind is like training a puppy at the end of it you want to be on good terms with it
The Buddha said all beings experience dukha in fact that all things in life are concealed forms of dukha.
This time to continue getting our “meditative swole on” we will be discussing the second of the four foundations, Mindfulness of the Feelings.
"I am more advanced than you". You aren't and neither am I we are just walking a path and it's okay if it defies convention
Mindfulness, it has become a huge buzzword. For some it brings to mind images of granola, scents of poorly masked body odor, and the vision of a life lived with palms pressed harshly together.
Let’s talk meditation. Some folks are rocking some serious misconceptions about it. There are many types and styles with endless variations in between whether you count breaths while passing beads through your fingers, imagine yourself in a serene place, or focus on each moment of experience to it’s very edges; just know there is no... Continue Reading →
“There is no fear for one whose mind is not filled with desires.“
The Buddha [From the Dhammapada, verse 39]