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Buddhism and Psychology

November 22, 2017
by Josh Korda

Taking authentic risks and making authentic choices can be terrifying—how can we put this fear of change into perspective?

The Drudgery of Daily Life

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Taking authentic risks and making authentic choices can be terrifying—how can...

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October 25, 2017
by Larry Yang

Not finding a spiritual community within which to root myself, for many years I practiced meditation on my own, and I read books and tried to learn meditation from recorded...

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Not finding a spiritual community within which to root myself, for many years I...

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September 27, 2017
by Kathleen Dowling Singh

It’s hard to be a person. We all know that. Rarely, though, do we fully share such a disclosure with each other. We isolate ourselves, believing that the...

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It’s hard to be a person. We all know that. Rarely, though, do we...

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August 28, 2017
by The Dalai Lama

My precious tutor usually maintained a humble and modest demeanor. In times of crisis for the country and the Buddha’s teaching, however, he was not modest and revealed a...

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My precious tutor usually maintained a humble and modest demeanor. In times of crisis...

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May 8, 2017
by Tamara Levitt

This weekend the cherry blossoms took full bloom. It’s always an exciting time when for just two weeks each year, these magical trees can be appreciated. The park was crowded...

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This weekend the cherry blossoms took full bloom. It’s always an exciting time when...

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March 11, 2015
by Kestrel Slocombe

Q: When people hear about things like nonattachment and mindfulness, they may think they’ll have to give up their emotional life when they become Buddhists.

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Q: When people hear about things like nonattachment and mindfulness, they may think...

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