Abundance and Gratitude

Abundance and Gratitude

Abundance and Gratitude   Mistakenly, some people think that Buddhism condemns all desire. But there is no getting rid of desire. Instead, Buddhist psychology leads us from desire to abundance.The Indian sage Nisargadatta, one of my teachers, challenged his...
Video: Align Yourself with Goodness Meditation

Video: Align Yourself with Goodness Meditation

If you find yourself in the midst of grief, anxiety, or frustration, you can respectfully acknowledge these feelings and then change the channel. You can connect with a parallel universe of abundance, generosity and joy. They are here in the present. As you sit, hold...
Naming the Wanting Mind

Naming the Wanting Mind

Naming the Wanting Mind This human world is sometimes called the desire realm because so much of it runs on desire and wanting. How to relate wisely with desire and wanting is a central question to all who wish to live with inner well-being and freedom. We can start...
Video: Generosity Dharma Talk

Video: Generosity Dharma Talk

Video: Generosity Dharma Talk   Notice how love, generosity, flexibility, ease, and simplicity are natural to us. These states are important to notice. They give us trust in our original goodness, our own Buddha nature. To reawaken our sense of abundance,...
Freedom Here and Now

Freedom Here and Now

Freedom Here and Now The radiant abodes express the fruit of mental development. When they are in balance, loving-kindness, compassion, and joy rest in an unshakable equanimity. This peace is not indifference or emotional resignation; it is the still point, the living...

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