Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Wendy Hasenkamp, host of the Mind & Life Podcast, moderated a discussion between Anne Klein, a teacher in a Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and Anil Seth, who has done important research on the neuroscience that examines our sense of self. Their discussion highlights some of the similarities and differences between Buddhist views of the self and… Continue reading Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

The New Year is a time when many people try to renew or restart their meditation practice. Here are several articles on habit formation and starting over. The practice of starting over can be an especially helpful habit to learn. Phillip Moffitt discusses the practice of starting over, a practice he initially learned from Sharon… Continue reading Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Gil Fronsdal wrote an excellent article on impermanence and its importance in Buddhist practice. This includes a discussion of the Buddha’s approach to working with the suffering that can result from clinging in the midst of change and uncertainty. You can find that article here: Impermanence The following piece by Connie Anderson looks at the… Continue reading Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Oren Jay Sofer wrote an article that explores the relationship between gratitude and grief. The article may be helpful as we celebrate Thanksgiving while simultaneously facing many crises in the world. You can find his article here: Why We Need Both Gratitude And Support A recent podcast from Tenpercent Happier with Kaira Jewel Lingo addresses… Continue reading Updated Resources for Meditation and Support