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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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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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A Practical Exercise to Bring Compassion into Meditation

In the book The Heart of Meditation, the Dalai Lama describes a method for developing empathy into one’s meditation practice. A meditation exercise is given below.  The thesis of this book is that the thing that brings meditation truly alive is … Continue reading

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