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Everyday Buddhahood: Caregiving as Dharma practice

The teachings of how to be present with your work, cultivate “radical presence” allowing the mind to rest in this particular moment. This is a talk about the Mahamudra tradition by an experienced Buddhist chaplain. Can be used by Buddhist … Continue reading

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Death: The Greatest Teacher

A very good article from Lions Roar Press, by Judy Lief…and love the illustrations. Painting by Tashi Mannox from the series “Laughing in the Face of Death: To live and die without regrets.” From the article: “We can begin our … Continue reading

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Mindfulness in Motion

Mindfulness is a very valuable and accessible practice. So much is being written about it today! Don’t drive yourself crazy thinking that you can just sit and be mindful. It’s difficult, and, for most of us, what’s the use? Keep … Continue reading

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Just HAD to put this up: The Coffin Club

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Transitioning Caregiving to End of Life Care

Our book, Caregiver Revolution, shows how caring  for the elderly and those at the end of life can be a rich and rewarding experience. The chapters go through the various stages and requirements as your loved one, or, for health … Continue reading

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Had a Great Time…

Had a great day at the JFS Ulster Caregiver conference! For a reminder video AND FOR THE WRITTEN LIST of the world’s easiest morning warmup exercises, see our exercise page above. Thank you!

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