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December 10, 2013
by Kestrel Slocombe
Mindfulness Meditation for a Stress-Less Mind - at the Huffington Post, Ed and Deb Shapiro reflect on how mindfulness can help us stay equanimous through the stress and intensity of the holiday season. The Strangeness of Selfing - Wildmind explores how thinking that we have a self is... read more »
December 10, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

“Even if its impact isn’t immediate, a solid inner change is sure to have longterm results.”—Thanissaro Bhikkhu in Mindful Politics

“Even if its impact isn’t immediate, a solid inner change is sure to have longterm results.”—...

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December 9, 2013
by Lydia Anderson
Publishers Weekly looks at Wisdom's past twenty-five years in America as we look to our next twenty-five (and more!) We've known it for years, but yet another study has linked health benefits to meditation. Still stumped on your gift-list? Head over to the Shambhala Sun auction! There's still time to bid on some great items... read more »
December 9, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

“With the destruction of all acquisitions The Awakened One sleeps: “Why should this concern you, Mara?” Then Mara the Evil One, realizing, “The Blessed One knows me, the Fortunate One knows me,” sad and disappointed, disappeared right there.”—The Connected Discourses of the Buddha

“With the destruction of all acquisitions The Awakened One sleeps: “Why should this concern you...

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December 6, 2013
by Lydia Anderson
Individuals and organizations across the globe are paying tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, including Shambhala Sun, American Buddhist Perspective, and The Endless Further. About.com is looking at how to be a mindful parent in a world of helicoptering. Rick Hanson has a new post at Wildmind... read more »
Individuals and organizations across the globe are paying tribute to the late Nelson Mandela,... read more »
December 6, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

“No matter how wise and compassionate our teachers may be, they cannot walk the path for us.”—David Loy and Linda Goodhew, The Dharma of Dragons and Daemons

“No matter how wise and compassionate our teachers may be, they cannot walk the path for us.”—...

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